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By: Victoria Lynn Morley

Jack the Ripper

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I fired my second editor in 2016 after 10 years, and I asked: “Why are you changing my book and putting in voices he supposedly is hearing in his head like a schizophrenic?” Louise responded, “Well he would have to have been crazy to carve up those women in that way.” I resonated “If he was a schizophrenic, then I’m a schizophrenic, you’ve been brainwashed by social media, he was a killer!”


Then I hired my third editor/proofreader, Harold Winberg, who translated technical instruction manuals into six languages. I knew he would pay close attention to details and not change, or distort the message. To understand one’s psyche, as a trained psychologist I know, you have to start at the true beginning. You can’t just jump into London 1888 during the Jack the Ripper murders and begin chapter 1 there because it’s thrilling, at first glance he would appear a deranged psychopath, at the least.


John or Jack was already a skilled horse slaughterer at age 17, he could slit the throat and sever the vocal cords of horses with a sharp knife – a silent killer.


Oh, a knife, The Ripper, why is a knife so much scarier than a gun? Because it’s personal and intimate.  

Victoria Lynn Morley’s primary college degree is in psychology. Morley’s intention with her trilogy of books is to get into the psyche of her own blood relatives and point out the irony of how they were killing each other based on religion, sex, ethnicity, jealousy, money or orders, such as war. Furthermore, she spread the trilogy from the early 1800s to present day, thereby illustrating how history is repeating itself. The same use of excessive force over and over. She essentially is trying to achieve coexistence and tolerance of each other’s values. Achieving this without wars.

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