Real Victims-Question #6
Everyone who has ever researched the Jack the Ripper cases knows about the victims. This means they would know their differences. Liz Stride is the one victim who is the most contrastingly different then the others. “Lucky Liz” as she is mostly known by, was just that; lucky. The mutilation to her body was far less destructive than the other 4 victims. She just had her throat slit, but no other major injuries or mutilation. The other women wer cut open like animals, some to the point of unrecognizability. Later in a police report they stated the knife used on Liz was different than that of the other victims. Her wounds were more jagged and wide while the other four women’s wounds were slender and long. Liz was alos a part of what is called the “Double Event”. This is when the Ripper supposedly was interuppted during Liz and then killed Catherine. I think it is very possible Liz was a victim of someone else copying the Ripper murders and it ironically happened the night the Ripper did make his next hit, on Eddowes. It is a very possible statement to say Liz was not a Ripper victim at all.