Keyword: trevormarriott

Brevity: Headers | « Text »
  • Is This the Face of Jack The Ripper?

    09/02/2011 2:19:19 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 18 replies
    Discovery News ^ | Fri Sep 2, 2011 03:39 PM ET | Analysis by Rossella Lorenzi
    Thin-haired with deep-set grey eyes and a large, red pimpled nose: this is how Jack the Ripper, perhaps the most notorious murderer in history, might have looked, according to new archival research into police documents. Retired British police detective, Trevor Marriott, gathered together evidence and has built a case against Carl Feigenbaum, a 54-year-old German merchant seaman, and made him the top suspect for committing the horrific and notorious murders between August and November 1888. At that time, at least five women in the Whitechapel area in London were found horribly disfigured, often with organs missing. The name Jack the...
  • Is this the face of Jack the Ripper?

    08/30/2011 7:20:13 PM PDT · by decimon · 34 replies
    BBC ^ | August 30, 2011 | Dr Xanthe Mallett
    Jack the Ripper is the world's most famous cold case - the identity of the man who brutally murdered five women in London's East End in autumn 1888 remains a mystery. More than 200 suspects have been named. But to Ripper expert Trevor Marriott, a former murder squad detective, German merchant Carl Feigenbaum is the top suspect. Convicted of murdering his landlady in Manhattan, Feigenbaum died in the electric chair in New York's Sing Sing prison in 1894. His lawyer suspected him of the Ripper murders too. No photos of Feigenbaum exist. So Marriott has produced this new e-fit for...
  • Jack The Ripper's Face 'Revealed'

    11/20/2006 12:09:46 PM PST · by blam · 79 replies · 4,823+ views
    BBC ^ | 11-20-2006
    Jack the Ripper's face 'revealed'Experts used modern techniques to create the Ripper's face An e-fit showing what detectives believe serial killer Jack the Ripper looked like has been revealed. Using new profiling techniques, investigators have created a picture of what they believe the 19th Century murderer would have looked like. The man, who evaded police in the 1880s, is thought to have killed and mutilated five London prostitutes. The Scotland Yard team describe him as "frighteningly normal" but someone capable of "extraordinary cruelty". And investigators have admitted that police at the time were probably searching for the wrong kind of...
  • ‘Jack the Ripper’ as we know him never existed: researcher

    09/25/2013 5:18:27 PM PDT · by rickmichaels · 35 replies
    TORONTO SUN ^ | September 25, 2013 | QMI AGENCY
    After 125 years, "Jack the Ripper" has apparently been debunked. Former murder investigator Trevor Marriott spent 11 years pouring over Scotland Yard files and said he learned that the legend of Jack the Ripper as we know it is wrong, Britain's Daily Express reports. He also said he's figured out who the real Whitechapel killer might be. Marriott concluded that Central News Agency journalist Thomas Bulling reportedly coined “Jack the Ripper” and sent police a letter from “him” 1888. In Victorian-era London, five prostitutes' murders were supposedly committed by Jack the Ripper, a rich, educated man -- possibly a doctor...