The anti-Jewish rioting during the period of the murders “was consistent with Jack the Ripper’s intentions,” author Stephen Senise said.
One thing is pretty certain: The names of Jack the Ripper’s victims would have been long forgotten had they not been murdered by the same hand.
From Lewis Carroll to Vincent Van Gogh, the six most outrageous Jack the Ripper suspects.
You might have heard about Aaron Kosminski, a Polish Jew suspected of being the notorious 19th-century serial killer. But there’s much more to the story of the Ripper.
You can rest easy. Turns out Jack the Ripper might not have been Jewish after all.
The serial killer Jack the Ripper was identified through DNA as a Jewish barber who immigrated to London from Poland.
(JTA) – When I first saw the headline — “Jack the Ripper identified through DNA traces: sleuth” — I joked to myself: Don’t let it be a Jew.