Jack the Ripper – A Love Story – ( Excerpt 52 )

Jack the Ripper – A Love Story ( Excerpt 52 )

  ‘My first conclusion is that you are looking for not one killer , but two. The weapons used and the way the victims were dispatched have no similarities whatsoever. You may think this was done deliberately to confuse but I will stand by my findings!’ I stated adamantly.

‘Bravo! you have found exactly what I wanted you to find’ stated a jubilant Abberline, ‘That is why I required your assistance your colleagues on Harley Street don’t give a damn what happens in Whitechapel their reports prove it.’

‘The first was a frenzied attack, possibly by a drunk or frustrated client, the weapon used was a bayonet or possibly a sharpened carving knife, she was stabbed numerous times there was no skill involved, I would describe this as a crime of passion or unfulfilled passion.’

‘I had myself, drawn much the same conclusion’, stated Abberline, ‘ And the other?’

‘The other is a very different kettle of fish, you might say? the man who perpetrated this killing has certain skills that I doubt your average killer would possess,’ I let my words hang for a moment for effect.

‘In what respect are we speaking, can you simplify it?’ asked the Inspector. ‘First bearing in mind the time factor, your men were patrolling this area at a frequency of say every 15 to 20 minutes, not really a great deal of time, but he managed to slit her throat and make other incisions in her abdomen, I believe he may have been planning to remove one of her organs, but the lack of time forestalled him,’ I stated speaking from experience and who knew better than I!’

(C) Damian Grange 2018

10 thoughts on “Jack the Ripper – A Love Story – ( Excerpt 52 )

  1. Hey! You’re doing something really great here! The plot is so intriguing and the characters are perfectly depicted. it’s amazing how you put yourself in their mind to let us dive into their psychology…

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