Jack the Ripper – Secret Police Files

Secret Police FilesFor over 15 years retired British police murder squad detective Trevor Marriott has been re investigating the Whitechapel murders of 1888 which were attributed to the fearsome killer known as Jack the Ripper.

In 2013 he discovered secret Metropolitan Police Special Branch records going back to 1888 which had never before been made public which contained new evidence on the case, along with the names of four new police ripper suspects never before mentioned throughout the 129 years of Ripper investigations.
His continuing investigation uncovered new evidence which now suggests many of the original accepted theories surrounding this mystery have been wrong for over 129 years. Marriott now firmly believes that the killer did not remove the organs from the victims at the crime scenes as has been previously thought. He assembled a specialist medical team in an attempt disprove this theory. Further new evidence gathered also now eliminates many of the prime suspects who have been continuously investigated for the past 129 years.

As a result of new evidence gathered Trevor Marriott now concludes that all of the victims may not have been killed by the same person and that the legend of Jack the Ripper is nothing more than an urban myth created by a member of the press in 1888.

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“Very well researched, also puts to bed some of the theory about organs being removed at the scenes of the murders. All in all a very good read”
April 2014
“Interesting, and informative, I found the book brought lots of suspects to be considered some I had never come across. Much enjoyed.”
April 2014
“ Liked the book very much, very informative and interesting couldn’t put it down!”
Sept 2014
“The Jack the ripper mystery is the most fascinating story ever heard. Mainly because he was never caught. We will probably never know who he was. It’s a creepy story, set in London in 1888 with gas lit streets and smog. That’s why we like to read and watch films about it, in the safety of our homes. No-one likes murder but we like reading about it. When you look at the victims you feel sorry for them, they wandered the streets after midnight in search of a client to earn money for a bed for the night. They should of been safely in bed but after spending their money on drink in the pub(to drown their sorrows) they had to go out again after 12 to get their “doss money” which made them very vulnerable for a serial killer. A brilliant book, I can recommend to anyone.”
Sept 2013