The Royal Ripper – Part 1 – Jack the Ripper
MITRE SQUARE & WHITECHAPEL
Many of the town folk believed that the highest in the land were involved in the killings.
And believed to be part of the government therefore the murderer was not to be had for they had a vested interest in keeping his identity sealed.
In 1973, what is called “Ripperologists’ (people who fancied themselves as a person to collect research on the subject), told that ‘Jack’ was not one man but a carefully organised cabal.
They were carried out in order to avoid a Royal scandal by a ruthless and powerful group using the Masonic lore as a cloak for their crimes.
Joseph Sickert, son of the painter Walter Sickert comes forward with this story:
Sickert’s story revolved around the Prince of Wales’ household.
In 1883 his wife, Princess Alexandra, had asked the young painter Walter Sickert to introduce their eldest son Prince Albert Victor (Eddy to his friends) to the artistic and literary life of London.
Sickert introduced Eddy to one of his models, a pretty Irish Catholic girl called Annie Elizabeth Crook.
They fell for each other and, according to Sickert, went through two clandestine marriage ceremonies, one Anglican and one Catholic, soon afterwards Annie became pregnant.
It was contrary to the 1791 Act of Settlement, which disbarred any person marrying a Roman Catholic from succession to the Throne.
The tide of Republicanism was rising and would culminate during Victoria’s Golden Jubilee year in the Bloody Sunday riots of 1887.
So when the Palace authorities were tipped off by one of Eddy’s coachmen, they acted swiftly and ruthlessly.
Prince Eddy was dragged and confined to court.
On the same day the luckless Annie Crook was abducted and confined for a hundred and fifty-six days in Guy’s Hospital by no less a figure than Queen Victoria’s Physician-in-Ordinary and Physician to the Prince of Wales, Sir William Gull.
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Is this Jack the Ripper? Artist with links to the royal family is most likely suspect, claims crime writer Patricia Cornwell
Crime writer Patricia Cornwell is promising to publish new research on the identity of Jack the Ripper which she claims will help to solve the mystery.
The best-selling author believes she has ‘cracked’ the case by unearthing evidence that confirms Walter Sickert, an influential artist, as the prime suspect.
Fans of the painter were critical of her first book for pointing the finger at the painter, but she has spent the last 11 years working to prove her theory.
She says she has a lot more detail and predicts people will be surprised by evidence she has unearthed linking Sickert with the royal family.
‘I feel that I have cracked it,’ she said.
‘I believe it’s Sickert, and I believe it now more than ever.’
Furthermore, Ms Cornwell, 47, says the artist had links to the royal family – perhaps backing some kind of royal conspiracy in relation to the crimes.
The bestselling author has been working with former Scotland Yard commander John Grieve to look through a selection of letters, held at The National Archives in Kew, allegedly sent to police by the killer.
While she admits her evidence is only circumstantial, Ms Cornwell argues it hard to accept it is merely a coincidence watermarks on some of the letters match paper used by Sickert.
‘Will we ever prove it? No — how can you?
‘It’s a completely circumstantial case with the only real science that we can count on after all these years being the forensic analysis, which is really hard to feel is coincidental when you keep seeing water marks on paper that Jack the Ripper and Sickert had in common.’
The author acknowledged that even if the artist wrote some of the letters, it does not mean Sickert was the killer.
However, she added: ‘In court, a jury might struggle with that. They are very confessional and violent letters.’
The writer has spent millions of pounds investigating the unidentified killer – who killed at least five prostitutes in Whitechapel in the late 1880s. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2515662/Is-Jack-Ripper-Crime-writer-Patricia-Cornwell-claims-cracked-mystery-new-evidence-linking-royal-family.html#ixzz2nOw4p5pg
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