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I only found out recently that the main character in the show was based on the actual inspector in the Jack the Ripper case, Edmund Reid. Edmund Reid was born in Canterbury, Kent in At the time of his joining he was the shortest man in the police force — at 5 feet 6 inches tall.

A talented police officer, within two years he was made detective, and he steadily rose up the ranks. In August he received a reprimand from head of CID James Munro for what is not known but as he did not lose rank or pay, it was probably relatively minor but within days he had been transferred to H Division Whitechapel to replace Frederick Abberline who had been transferred to Scotland Yard but would later return to head up the Whitechapel Murders investigation.

He organised numerous identity parades for PC Barrett and Pearly Poll at the Tower of London and Wellington Barracks and questioned soldiers picked out by them or who were absent without leave.

Reid did not take part in the investigation into the Polly Nichols murder as it occurred in J Division, and he was on leave during the time of the Annie Chapman murder.

He monitored the searches, established a timeline of events of the body being discovered, organised house to house enquiries and ensured each person present at the scene was inspected and questioned before being allowed to leave.

He then went to the mortuary at St George in the East to inspect the body and take a description. Reid was also involved in the investigations of the Mary Kelly murder as he was telegrammed to attend the scene.

Reid would also be called to the scene and headed the investigation into the Pinchin Street Torso case and the murders of Alice McKenzie and Frances Coles, determining which areas of investigation to follow and delegating tasks to the other officers in CID.

That is all we know for certain. My opinion is that the perpetrator of the crimes was a man who was in the habit of using a certain public-house, and of remaining there until closing time.

My belief is that he would in some dark corner attack her with the knife and cut her up. Having satisfied his maniacal blood-lust he would go away home, and the next day know nothing about it.

Saying later in the same interview on claims by others that the identity of the killer was known:. I challenge anyone to produce a tittle of evidence of any kind against anyone.

It still amuses me to read the writings of such men as Dr. Anderson, Dr. Forbes Winslow, Major Arthur Griffiths, and many others, all holding different theories, but all of them wrong.

I have answered many of them in print, and would only add here that I was on the scene and ought to know. For example, Reid and his wife Emily are together until her death in They have two children together, Elizabeth and Harold, neither of whom are lost in a boating accident on the Thames.

Being a fictional representation of the detective, the television character also seems to have a drastically different personality from the historical Reid and few of the cases he investigates have any historical basis.

In he retired from the Metropolitan Police, and after a brief stint as a pub landlord for seven months he became a private detective. Reid joined the Metropolitan Police in , Warrant no.

PC P At 5 feet 6 inches tall, Reid was then the shortest man in the force. He was one of the principal investigators into the Jack the Ripper murders of In he transferred to L Lambeth Division, but retired from the Metropolitan Police in February due to ill health.

At 49, he was then the oldest divisional detective inspector in the Metropolitan Police The Times , 7 December He was a seasoned policeman at the height of his career; they were fallen women at their lowest point.

Initial police report on the murder of Emma Smith, no date, signed Edmund Reid. Notes that the police were not informed of her death until April 6.

Chief Inspector West attended the inquest on April 7. Police report dated August 16 signed Edmund Reid, concerning last known movements and police investigation.

Reid was more involved than in previous inquests, asking questions and giving an official statement. He was sent to Shoreditch Infirmary. Reid believed that Jack the Ripper was responsible for nine murders, that of Frances Coles being the last, a position he made public in two letters to The Morning Advertiser in The whole of the murders were done after the public-houses were closed; the victims were all of the same class, the lowest of the low, and living within a quarter of a mile of each other; all were murdered within half a mile area; all were killed in the same manner.

That is all we know for certain. My opinion is that the perpetrator of the crimes was a man who was in the habit of using a certain public-house, and of remaining there until closing time.

My belief is that he would in some dark corner attack her with the knife and cut her up.

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The officer has made the following statement:- "In my opinion the crime has been done by the same hand that has perpetrated the other murders.

We have as yet no definite clue, but hope soon to lay our hands on the fiend. I was immediately informed of the discovery, and proceeded to the spot, taking care that all approaches were blocked.

The passage is well known to the police as a resort of bad women Edmund Reid retired from the Metropolitan Police in February, , and something of the esteem he was held in by so many people is reflected in the following article, which appeared in Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, on Sunday, 8th March, Edmund Reid, who has been for some years Chief Detective-inspector for the district of Whitechapel, has retired from the service.

He distinguished himself almost immediately after he entered the service, and in was appointed a detective. In be was made a serjeant, in raised to the second-class, and in to the first-class.

Thence, in , he was sent to Bethnal-green, where he formed the first detective staff stationed in the neighbourhood, and was thus the organiser of the J division.

He was here during the trying period when the whole of the terrible Ripper murders were committed.

Reid holds the bronze and gold medals of the Balloon Association of Great Britain, the latter for having made the highest ascent on record in his day.

Following his retirement, Edmund Reid tried his hand as a publican, and became the landlord of the Lower Red Lion pub in Herne, in Kent. However, the allure of detective work appears to have proved too much for him, and, in October, , he gave up the pub's licence, and set himself up as a freelance private enquiry agent working from premises at 9, Southampton Row, in Holborn in the West End of London.

In the early 's he was promoting his services in various newspapers, making use of the Weekly Despatch commendation that had hailed him as "one of the most remarkable men of the century".

An idea of the type of investigation he would have undertaken can be gleaned from the following two adverts from and respectively All Rights Reserved.

Despite advertising himself from premises in central London, Reid and his wife, Emily, had in fact, taken up permanent residence in their native Kent, and Reid, according to an interview he later gave to Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper , considered himself to be a "man of Kent", stating that " I would not be back in London for anything However, in early , Emily's mental state began to deteriorate alarmingly, and, on 30th April, , she was admitted to a lunatic asylum in Kent.

Here, her deterioration, both physical and mental, continued unabated, and, on the morning of August, 14th, , she died of chronic organic brain disease.

In the years following his wife's demise, Reid became an active campaigner on local issues, was a regular letter-writer to the newspapers, and was always willing to give an opinion on cases he had worked on, or even on cases that had occurred since his retirement, should a journalist ever approach him for a quote.

However, he kept fully abreast of the criminal goings-on in his old dominion and was frequently quoted in the press throughout his twilight years.

On 26th May, , the murder of Mary Annie Austin , took place. She had been brutally attacked at Crossingham's Lodging House, located at 35, Dorset Street, Spitalfields; and she later died of her injuries at the London Hospital.

Speculation was rife that her murder might well spell the return of the ripper, and the opinion of several detectives who had been active in the original hunt was sought by various newspapers.

One ex-detective who was happy to comment on the case was former Special Branch officer Patrick McIntyre, who explained the ten years gap between the murder of Frances Coles , on 13th February, and the murder of Annie Austin, with the suggestion that the Whitechapel Murderer may have been arrested for another offence shortly after he killed Frances Coles and had been sentenced to ten years in prison.

Having recently been released, McIntyre opined, the murderer had returned to his old haunts and recommenced his murder spree. McIntyre suggested that the police should examine the antecedents of every released convict who had recently returned to the East End of London.

The other former detective who was happy to go on record was Edmund Reid, who wholeheartedly disagreed with McIntyre, and, in response, he put together a report for the Sun newspaper, which was republished by the East London Observer on Saturday, 1st June, Reid was also anxious to dispel the rumours, then circulating, that Jack the Ripper was known to have been a maniac surgeon That he was a maniac the evidence goes to show.

That he was a surgeon is contrary to the evidence. In every instance the mutilation, clumsy in the extreme, was the hacking and tearing of a man in a frenzy, increasing in intensity as his work proceeded.

This was not true. Every body was found complete. It was simply hacked without any system or plan other than dictated by ferocity.

Another absurd theory was that the murders were the work of a left-handed man, who had seized his victim from behind. The evidence was quite contrary to this.

In the throat-cutting the fiend had shown cunning. The position of the blood and the body showed that he had stood face to face with the woman, and had slashed her throat with his right hand from right to left, causing the blood to spurt away from him, so that he probably never had any blood stains on his clothes.

One of the great difficulties of the case for the police was that it was a case of a maniac's cunning outwitting reason's methods.

Every murder was committed in a dark, secluded spot, generally on private property, as in the case of the woman Austin, now under investigation.

As no one ever saw the man, except his victims, not the slightest evidence could be obtained as to his description. Ex-detective McIntyre, who was at Scotland Yard, and engaged from there on the Ripper inquiries, has a theory which, while not comforting, is certainly consistent with reason and practical experience.

McIntyre believes the Ripper is still alive, and that during the long periods which elapsed between one murder and another he was in prison for some minor offence.

If the Ripper murderer were sent away for ten years for some offence shortly after the murder in Swallow Gardens [Frances Coles] in February, , he would not be at liberty again.

He would be certain to return to his old haunts, and if McIntyre were still in the detective service he would suggest a thorough inquiry into the history of every convict who has returned home to Spitalfields after being in prison during the time the Ripper murders have ceased.

Ex-Detective Reid, on the other hand, is of opinion that the man who committed the Ripper murders has long since been dead, a victim to the consuming frenzy for mutilation, a frenzy which must have long ago destroyed the man, body and soul.

Reid's comments are, to say the least, interesting, since he was a highly placed detective at the time of the murders, and was, therefore, privy to much of the inside knowledge that the police possessed on the crimes and the potential perpetrators of the atrocities.

And yet, he shared a common fault that most of his colleagues suffered with when recollecting the case in their retirement, that is - he misremembered certain facts of the case.

The biggest mistake he made in his report to the Sun was the emphatic assertion that "Every body was found complete", and that no body parts had been taken away.

This, most certainly, was not the case, as both Annie Chapman and Catherine Eddowes had both had body parts removed and taken away, and Mary Kelly's heart was also missing from the scene of the crime.

As far as local issues were concerned, Reid's letters to the newspapers - and there were plenty of them - do make for intriguing reading as he appears to have been quite the eccentric, and you pick up something of his quirky sense of humour when reading his missives.

On Saturday, 14th July, , for example, Reid, who was living on Borstal Hill at the time, wrote to the Whitstable and Herne Bay Herald to challenge a letter that had been sent in by another reader the previous week Why, whatever is the matter with the anonymous writer who signs himself "A Progressive" in your last week's issue touching the above subject.

We ain't got no gas lamp that wants lighting to shew us our way home on a dark night like they have at Tankerton. We ain't got no scavengers coming and taking away our dust and putting it in a heap to annoy our visitors.

We look after that ourselves. We ain't got no trouble to read any acknowledgment to our applications for a gas lamp and a path to the end of Whitstable District which we pay for , because they never send one.

Thanking you in anticipation for a good time coming, when we shall all know the boundary of Whitstable on the road to Canterbury by the erection of a gas lamp on a footpath.

In , Reid found himself in the place he had put so many people during his professional career - court; albeit Reid's case was civil as opposed to criminal!

Again, something of Reid's personality shines through in the transcript of the proceedings, which was published by Whitstable and Herne Bay Herald , on Saturday, 13th April, Whichoord, of Whitstable, who appeared for the plaintiff, told his Honour Judge Shortt that the claim was for rent of a house at Borstal Hill.

Hall would wait a little longer for his money. Plaintiff gave evidence bearing out his solicitor's statement, and said defendant had now been living in the house about two years, and had always paid his rent until this time.

Defendant said the house was not fit to live in, and he doubted whether the agreement for six years' tenancy was a legal one. His Honour: "You have been living there for two years, and yet now you say it is not fit to live in.

Supposing you can prove what you say, what is the good of that now? His Honour: "Whether it is or not it is no defence in this case.

You are sued for a quarter's rent. If there are any rats it is through your own neglect. His Honour: "All this is no defence in law.

You have lived there two years and cannot raise such a defence now. Besides you have signed an agreement by which you are under an obligation to keep the place in repair.

How does that tally? His Honour: "That makes no difference. You have signed an agreement, and if the roof fell in I about your ears it would be no defence in law.

Defendant: "It has been down twice and he has put it up again. I took it for six years and I must put up with it for another four years then.

Plaintiff: "I have got a tenant that would take it directly, but I won't release yon Mr. Oh no! His Honour said he should not allow the 5s. However, thoughts of his old life appear to have still been much in his mind, and, throughout , he was advertising his services, free of charge, to use his experience to assist any young men in Kent who wished to follow in his footsteps and seek a career in the Metropolitan Police.

No doubt Reid was happy to talk any potential recruits through the potential pitfalls of life as a Metropolitan Police Officer, and, no doubt, many of them were curious to learn his opinion on the identity of the perpetrator of the most infamous series of crimes that Reid had worked on - the Jack the Ripper murders.

And the retired Reid was more than willing to hold forth on the crimes; and, unlike several of the officers he had worked with, he was only too willing to admit that, despite the police's best efforts, Jack the Ripper had, quite simply, eluded them.

On February 4th, , Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper published the following interview with Reid, in which he expounded on his personal opinion about the case It is not often that one hears of an officer of the famous Criminal Investigation Department of Scotland Yard, voluntarily exchanging the excitement of his professional duties for a quiet country life.

But, there are some who do, and among them is ex-Inspector Edmund Reid, who was associated with some sensational cases. A representative of Lloyd's Weekly News recently found Mr.

Reid at the little seaside resort of Hampton-on-Sea, near Herne Bay. Although he was taken to London when in long clothes, he likes to call himself "a Man of Kent," for he was born at Canterbury, over Pickford's office, in Beer Cart-lane.

Inevitably, the conversation in the course of the interview turned towards the most infamous series of crimes that Reid had been tasked with solving during his career - the Jack the Ripper atrocities.

Reid began by giving his view on statements that had been made by several people claiming that they knew the killer's identity, amongst them his old boss Sir Robert Anderson.

I have been asked to tell the story of the "Ripper" series many times, but to do so would necessitate the devotion of weeks of labour to the matter.

But this I will say at once. I challenge anyone to produce a tittle of evidence of any kind against anyone. The earth has been raked over, and the seas have been swept, to find this criminal "Jack the Ripper," always without success.

It still amuses me to read the writings of such men as Dr. Reid was more involved than in previous inquests, asking questions and giving an official statement.

He was sent to Shoreditch Infirmary. Reid believed that Jack the Ripper was responsible for nine murders, that of Frances Coles being the last, a position he made public in two letters to The Morning Advertiser in The whole of the murders were done after the public-houses were closed; the victims were all of the same class, the lowest of the low, and living within a quarter of a mile of each other; all were murdered within half a mile area; all were killed in the same manner.

That is all we know for certain. My opinion is that the perpetrator of the crimes was a man who was in the habit of using a certain public-house, and of remaining there until closing time.

My belief is that he would in some dark corner attack her with the knife and cut her up. Having satisfied his maniacal blood-lust he would go away home, and the next day know nothing about it.

I challenge anyone to produce a tittle of evidence of any kind against anyone. It still amuses me to read the writings of such men as Dr.

Anderson, Dr. Forbes Winslow, Major Arthur Griffiths, and many others, all holding different theories, but all of them wrong.

I have answered many of them in print, and would only add here that I was on the scene and ought to know.

In all, he made about twenty-three ascents by balloon. In , Reid moved into No. Here, he established himself as the local eccentric.

He kept a parrot and many photographs of his London cases decorated his house. His garden contained a cannonball found on his property, a post from the end of the old pier and a flagpole with a union flag.

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