Jack the Ripper, case solved!

Author Lyn Gibson

jackJack the Ripper was supposedly a serial killer that terrorized the streets of London from 1888-1891.  Jack was successful in leaving behind one of the most notorious and still unsolved cases in history. I proposed a completely different scenario.

In the mid 19th century, England was experiencing a large influx of immigrants from the European regions.  During this time frame reports of vampire attacks and sightings were widespread in these regions, many cases having been documented by well-known officials began to circulate.  It stands to reason that a vampire would take advantage of the opportunity to flee to another region to avoid the increasing number of vampire hunts as they organized and scoured the regions.

The streets of London were crowded with undocumented immigrants.  Cheap labor forced many men into poverty and many women into prostitution.  Jack having a “taste” for female blood would roam the streets of the…

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