“I have for years suffered from a singular disease which induces an all-absorbing passion, this passion manifests itself in a desire to kill and mutilate every woman who falls in my way. I am unable to control myself.”
So confessed top Jack the Ripper suspect Carl Feigenbaum, according to a BBC report by University of Dundee forensic anthropologist Dr. Xanthe Mallett. Feigenbaum made the confession to his attorney, William Lawton, who “watched his client die in the electric chair.”
Dr. Xanthe Mallet reveals an e-kit which finally puts a face on the top suspect of this 123 year old serial killer legend.