Jack The Ripper, The Works Of Francis Thompson
Published by Austin and Macauley, 2016.
Adding to the groundbreaking 1988 article 'Was Francis Thompson Jack the Ripper?', by Texan Forensic Pathologist, Dr. Joseph Rupp.
This book describes how the English poet, could have been the murderer. It explains that, on the night that the Ripper killed his final victim, Thompson could look down, from his lodgings; to the passage that led to hers. Inside is shown that he may have been a friend of the victim, that he kept a dissecting scalpel, and that he was taught a rare surgical procedure found on the victims.
Inside is new information pointing to Thompson’s guilt, including what he told about wanting to kill prostitutes, and his ill-fated relationship with one. His drug habit, mental illness, urges to mutilate, and confrontations with the police are all exposed. Every clue left by the Ripper is analysed to detail the murders in light of Thompson candidacy.
It tells the incredible story behind Thompson’s homelessness, and his rescue by an editor fascinated in the murders. All is revealed; Thompson’s mysterious death, rise to fame, the secret alteration and destruction of his papers and a horrifying motive behind one of the greatest crimes in history.