Originally Posted by Sam Flynn
And he lived within easy walking distance of the putative dump-sites in the Thames.
Yes, he may well have taken a Sunday morning stroll in 1873, down to where the Wandle enters the Thames, bags with body parts in hand.
And of course, the Torso killer must have lived in those parts, no doubt about it.
I think the general consensus is that the torso killer had access to transport. And once you have, just about all of London becomes accessible in a short time. From any chosen point of departure, you can reach the Wandle, Whitehall, Tottenham Court Road, Whitehall, St Pancras Lock, Battersea Gardens and Pinchin Street in no time at all. Which, going by the evidence, is precisely what the Torso killer did.