"On March 10, 1995, in Washougal, Washington, Jesperson strangled her. She was the only victim he had a link to, which ultimately led police to his trail.
Jesperson was arrested on March 30, 1995, for the murder of Winningham. He had been questioned by police a week before, but they had no grounds to arrest him after he refused to talk. In the days following, Jesperson decided that he was certainly going to be arrested, and after two failed suicide attempts, he turned himself in hoping it would result in leniency during his sentencing. While in custody, Jesperson began revealing details of his killings and making claims of many others, most of which he later recanted. Also, a few days before his arrest, he wrote a letter to his brother."
I will check the links, though I think you may have posted them before on these boards.The only thing I found on my own was Sutton's obituary. People seemed to have thought very highly of him as a surgeon, medical researcher, teacher, and person. Must look for his lecture.
From clues I've pieced together from your posts, it could be a fascinating story.
--------------- Von Konigswald: Jack the Ripper plays shuffleboard. -- Happy Birthday, Wanda June by Kurt Vonnegut, c.1970.
As for pipes, I'll stick to my trusty Meerschaum and some tobacco from the toe of the Persian slipper
What Jon mentioned, you'd take in other forms, a 7% solution, by injection, was it not?
These are not clues, Fred.
It is not yarn leading us to the dark heart of this place.
They are half-glimpsed imaginings, tangle of shadows.
And you and I floundering at them in the ever vainer hope that we might corral then into meaning when we will not.
We will not.
I passed the doorway in Goulston Street last night, and someone had literally written the word "graffiti" on the shutters. A kind of "meta-vandalism", if you like, which I thought was rather nice. Unfortunately I'd left my phone in my hotel, so couldn't take a picture of it, and by the time I went back there this morning, the chip-shop was open and the shutters were up