Man who solved the Jack the Ripper Mystery visits old site of Leavesden Hospital

The man who produced “the first bit of tangible information” to solve the mystery of who Jack the Ripper was visited the old site of Leavesden Hospital this week. Russell Edwards, author of Naming Jack the Ripper, was always led to believe there was nothing left of Leavesden Hospital – the place where alleged Jack the Ripper, Aaron Kosminski, spent most of his adult life. But Mr Edwards said: “My friend told me there was a guy doing tours around the old Leavesden Hospital, and that was only last Monday. “I called up Martin Brooks (chairman of the Leavesden Hospital
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