Jack The Ripper
The grave of Jack The Ripper likely lies in Rochester, NY
right along Lake Ave.

That is correct, you read it right. The most famous serial murder case
in world history may have a connection and a final answer here in
Rochester N.Y.!

The murders took place in 1888 in the White Chapel section of
London. The crimes were grisly, demonic and never solved. Over the
years, several subjects have been put forth as the Ripper and this will
probably be the case for years to come. The murders sparked a
worldwide Ripper hunt that turned up many suspects, only never a
closed case. It is doubtful that now, 120 years later, the case will ever
be solved completely. There have been a plethora of new scientific
and pseudo-scientific advances that have brought us closer than ever.
Hand writing analyses by top researchers in the field, criminal profilers
from Scotland Yard, the F.B.I. and N.Y.C.P.D have all offered up
information on the case. I personally have read now four different
books on the cases and each one puts forth a final answer as to who
the killer is; however, only one name is consistent and found in all four
books. He is the named suspect in a recent casebook.org profile and
now more than ever he seems to make the most credible suspect.
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The now infamous "From Hell" letter has been compared to known samples of his handwriting and it has been concluded by more than
one analyst that the style, flow, grammar, spelling, colloquialisms, and letter forms match. That is correct, they match!!! The only
positively known piece of Ripper evidence, the "From Hell" letter, which arrived with a kidney from one of the victim’s was written with a

He was known later in his life to hold extravagant dinner parties and then show the guests the hundreds of female sexual organs he
had kept in jars around his house. He claimed to be a doctor and did have a very good knowledge of human anatomy. He traveled the
world on the funds he made as a "doctor" but stood accused in the U.S. and Canada of crimes as serious as manslaughter of a patient.
He received no formal medical training and did a majority of his learning on poor unsuspecting people.

The victims in the case were all prostitutes; he was married once before his open turn to homosexuality. The suspected reasons for this
were that his wife had kept her past as a prostitute a secret and that during his travels she was still "working".  He would often go into
rages about how disgusting and untrustworthy the female of the species were. He often dressed in overblown military dress from no
particular country, often mixing countries, and proclaimed that being surrounded by fit military men was a far better life.

At the time of his death in his personal belongings were found very expensive jewelry, $400.00 in cash, and $1000.00 in spendable
bonds, as well as, two ladies’ rings that were valued at less than $3.00 each, but were exact matches to rings that had been taken from
one of the Ripper bodies. Those rings could have been a serial killers memento, and most profilers agree that a serial killer does take
some sort of memento from his victims.

He was in White Chapel at the time of the murders, being arrested for "gross indecency" (homosexual activity), and subsequently
released from jail only to flee England to France under a fake name. He then traveled to New York, where a team of investigators from
Scotland Yard followed after him. It has been reported, falsely, that only one inspector came to the U.S. to trail him, when in fact, the
records at The Yard, indicate at least six members were dispatched to locate and follow him. Why would anyone have that many agents
assigned to watch them on a misdemeanor charge? The bail for which that was set, $300.00, was unusually high at the time. Important

His looks and physical stature matched all of the supposed likenesses of the Ripper; he was also known to his friends to often be out
on the streets at night. He was Irish American and spoke and wrote with mixed slang, which also matches the "Liverpool" letters which
are also tied to him through analysis.Taken as individual items these all seem to be coincidence.  Put them together and "Jack The
Ripper" is Raised and Buried in Rochester N.Y. as ...

Francis Tumblety ...

Tumblety was known as an arrogant, obnoxious, uneducated child. He peddled pornography to boaters who traveled the waterways
around Rochester as a pre-teen.

His boasting knew no bounds, not only did he claim to be an herb doctor, but moved to DC during the civil war claiming to know
Lincoln, Grant and talked himself up so much that he was believed to be a Union Field surgeon. When confronted about one of his
boasts he would fly into fits of rage, and mount great surmons on the subject of his ire. These would often go back to the worthlessness
of women and his loathing of the female human being.

Many of his American contemporaries believed that he could be the ripper when they were interviewed about the whereabouts of the Dr.

The Littlechild letter..... this is probably the most damning of all... Inspector J. Littlechild was interviewed in 1913 and asked a series of
questions about the case. He responded in a letter that has been confirmed in its authenticity that "Tumblety is a very likely suspect."  
The Inspector in charge of the case has now named his most "likely suspect"

Tumblety never stayed in one place very long, often traveling under an alias, moving not only state to state but in some instances
country to country.
His grave sits quietly in a cemetery along Lake Ave., and is adorned with the actual family name from Ireland: Tumuelty.
Ladies and Gentlemen I give you ....... JACK! Rochester raised.....