Jack the Ripper was an unidentified serial killer who struck in the Whitechapel district of London. The killer is known to have claimed at least 5 lives between August and November of 1888. All of the victims were prostitutes and all suffered some form of mutilation at the hands of the killer.
Despite all the speculation, theories and attention that the case gained, the identity of Jack the Ripper remains a mystery.
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Claiming to be a 2000 year old vampire, Joshua Rudiger went on a killing spree in San Fransisco and murdered several homeless people by slashing their necks with his knife. He told police, “prey is prey”.
"Marriage changes you as a person in ways that you can’t imagine."
- Life advice with Mrs Hudson.
Hans Eisele, doctor and second lieutenant in the SS troops, is a prime example of the corrupting nature of power and the sad fact that even the worst crimes sometimes go unpunished by law. Despite his SS status, Eisele was known to be a fairly decent man for most of the war, to the point where the prisoners of Sachsenhausen camp, where he was stationed for a while, called him ”The Angel” and praised his kindness. However, once he was assigned to be the physician of the Buchenwald concentration camp, the atrocities of the place soon corrupted him and turned him into a monster.
Buchenwald was a camp for hardcore communist prisoners, presided over by some of the worst sadists the Nazis had to offer. Even in that company, Eisele became renowned for his brutal experiments, routinely murdering prisoners by cyanide injections and subjecting them to bodily horrors and improper surgery. “The Angel” had become ”The Butcher of Buchenwald.”
Eisele was arrested after the war and sentenced to death in two separate trials, but the sentence was soon changed to life in prison and eventually reduced to just 10 years, with the possibility of even more time off with good conduct. In 1952, Eisele was released from prison and even given a compensation payment by the government, because he ”had been captured and imprisoned by the enemy.” He lived as a free man for six years until he caught wind that an upcoming trial would reveal a lot of his atrocities. He escaped to Egypt, where he lived the remainder of his days as Carl Debouche, leading a quiet life and eluding the occasional bomb package from Mossad.