Originally Posted by Fisherman
Can we please not claim that the Torso killer "did all he could to obliterate his victims identities"? He left clothing that belonged to the victims with the police, he floated a whole face that he could have hacked up in little pieces down the Thames, he did not weigh the body parts down, he placed a torso in New Scotland Yard, and another one in a railway arch, there was a burn scar on the 1873 victim etcetera.
Every other torso murderer in history has probably done exactly the same sorts of things. Nothing special about the 1873 killer or the other(s) for that matter.
Kind regards, Sam Flynn
"Suche Nullen" (Nietzsche, Götzendämmerung, 1888)
Last edited by Sam Flynn : 10-14-2017 at 01:20 PM.