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    Ryan

    For an entirely different suspect but much more convincing one, I’d suggest having a read of “The Real Mystery of Jack the Ripper” by Darren Mark Wright. Can find it on Amazon or most other online bookstores.
    Wright uses an outrageous fictional character as a means for running through the ripper investigation victim by victim, following the evidence, then allowing the evidence to speak for itself… which all leads to one door right at the centre of the Whitechapel killing area.
    Kindle is cheap but the paperback is worth the extra cost!
    Definitely give it a thorough look over!
    Ryan.

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Daryl Worthington

Daryl has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Royal Holloway University of London. He has always had a strong interest in writing, particularly about history, politics, the environment or culture. Originally from London, he currently lives in Riga, Latvia. Alongside history he has a strong interest in environmental and political issues. He enjoys travelling, slowly learning how to speak Latvian and exploring the country’s distinct culture. His other passion is music. He has worked as a writer on the subject, as well as being a musician himself. Daryl is interested in cultural, social and political history. He is fascinated by the role of cultural objects, whether novels, visual arts, events, music or even a past society’s reading of history, as means to reflect on times and people. His particular period of interest is modern history and he is keenly interested in the relationship between mainstream and counter cultures.

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