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Jack The Ripper

Jack the RipperJack the Ripper was a notorious serial killer, whom some believe never even existed at all. From August to November 1888, Jack the Ripper terrorized the East End of London by being responsible for the death and mutilation of at least seven female prostitutes. The destitute East End is also known as the White Chapel district of London, England. A few of the prostitutes were targeted as they were leaving brothels in and around the White Chapel district. Jack the Ripper seemed...

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Jack the Ripper is an unsolved mystery that for centuries has kept everybody trembling. He has become one of the most infamous serial killers of all human history, slaughtering at least five victims, all of whom were female prostitutes. His identity is unknown, which is a large fear factor to the surrounding parts of London; the setting of where the murders took place. I have chosen Jack the Ripper as my topic as it is an impelling mystery that I would love to explore and ponder of all the theories...

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OUTLINE SKELETON Title: Informative Speech Topic: Murders Specific Topic: Jack The Ripper General Purpose: Inform the audience about Jack the Ripper Specific Purpose: Scare the audience with my speech Thesis: INTRODUCTION Attention-getter: The days were gloomy and the nights were cold and dark. White chapel, London during the year 1888 was the perfect place for serial killer to come out of the shadows and meet there victims. Thesis Statement: And today is a perfect day...

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shows the social inequality and the social divisions- poorer people living in the back streets and wealthy people live on the main roads. Even the briefest of looks at Booth’s map, the first of which coincides almost perfectly with the year of the ripper murders, shows a distribution of prosperity to poverty in a pattern that closely follows the sequence of square and avenue to thoroughfare, street, road, yard, alley, court, to dead ends, slum and rookery. Source 1 also shows the life in the nineteenth...

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mystery of the serial killer Jack the Ripper. | Occurred Events | -He mutilated prostitutes-He was never found-Many suspects were questioned-It was found that the Ripper was a doctor.-He was sly in tricking the prostitutes.- He was a mystery worldwide. | The outcome | The Ripper was never found and the case was never closed. | The Ripper’s Mystery Mysteries and supernatural events have fascinated humanity for centuries. One of those mysteries was” Jack the Ripper” who terrorized London in...

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The Whitechapel Murders and those of Jack the Ripper are not generally one and the same. Over a period of three years towards the end of the nineteenth century a number of prostitutes were murdered under different circumstances – the murder of prostitutes was not an especially unique occurrence during those times but several of the murders drew particular attention on account of the savagery with which the victim's bodies were mutilated. Within the Whitechapel Murders was a cluster of murders that...

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Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper was a murderous madman who terrorized prostitutes in the late 1880�s. Time has not diminished the gruesomeness of the killings. All the victims' throats were cut ;some victims were disemboweled ;and the killer took organs from some of his victims. When fear of the Ripper peaked, the killings stopped, and a century of speculation ensued (jack 1). Many authors have tried to sift through the evidence and have arrived at their own theories as to the identity Jack the Ripper Jack the...

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national hero. We heard the “father of Hitler” legend from one of Ambeth’s earlier books; the Jack the Ripper theory is more recent. Textbook history states that Rizal was in London from May 1888 to January 1889, spending time in the British Museum Library copying Antonio de Morga’s Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas (1609) by hand because there were no photocopying machines at the time. Jack the Ripper was active around this time and, since we do not know what Rizal did at night or on the days he...

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Jack the Ripper: Cases and Suspects

WHO WAS JACK THE RIPPER AND WHY? Jack the Ripper was a murderer who killed all the young women who were a prostitute in London, 1888. There were many suspects to who Jack the Ripper was. Many people suspected Montague John Druitt, Jacob Levy and Dr T. Neil Cream as Jack the Ripper. However, there weren’t any exact evidence that they were the murderer so called “Jack the Ripper”. The first suspected man to be Jack the Ripper was Montague John Druitt who was a Barrister and a school master. He...

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Stacie Wyatt Professor Gave Composition 121 26th, July 2012 Jack the Ripper On a late evening over a hundred years ago, a serial killer started his spree of slayings, which would end up being one of the most talked about unsolved killings to this date. By typical philosophies, the eerie slayer who terrified the gloomy streets of London’s East End was nothing compared to serial killers of the present time. How could this one person fascinate a large number of individuals, since there have...

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