Jack the Ripper is Finally Identified
Sorry, urban myths, he isn’t a well-dressed gentleman.
The past 125 years have spawned numerous books, movies, and more than one re-openings of unsolved cases. Until now, the identity of Jack the Ripper has continued to haunt us.
Retired detective, Trevor Marriott, believes he has found Jack amidst the Hollywood and myths that have surrounded the case.
Carl Feigenbaum, a German merchant sailor, is at the top of Marriott’s Most Wanted list.
Marriot isn’t convinced, or hasn’t found the necessary evidence yet, that Feigenbaum is the perpetrator of all of Jack’s crimes. However, he does say that Feigenbaum committed at least some of the murders.
It took Marriot 11 years to zero in on Feigenbaum, who was convinced and subsequently executed for an unrelated New York City murder in 1894.
Do you think Carl Feigenbaum is Jack the Ripper?