| QUESTIONS WITHOUT ANSWER. |
Why, after five crimes in only two monthes, did the killer stop at once? Noone never could explain it. The only hypothesis that one could have given is that he died. This oblige to admit a coincidence: this death just after the begining of his gruesome work, neither before nor long after it. More than that, this makes all the more mysterious that he couldn't have been identified. We should find him among english people dead in the end of 1888.
Was he some notable? That's the way many like to explain police failure. The plot thesis has allways have been popular, from Neron to Gilles de Rai, powerful ones have been charged with monstrous crimes on doubtful presumptions. Serial killers are allways very smart and hard to catch. And, then, there were neither profilers, nor DNA analysis, nor... etc. Nevertheless, you never can tell. The plot thesis is not allways preposterous. Let's only remember the way that some LBJ, that I won't name, succeded to some JFK in november 1963.Honour to whom honour is due ; at Withechapel, like at Dallas, the main suspect is on the very top, since, according to many ones, Jack the Ripper was no other than the prince of Galles, son and heir of the King of the United Kingdoom.