NeighbourNet Member 'Solves' The Riddle Of The Hammersmith Nude Murders
Eight previously unsolved cases of murdered prostitutes found in SW London
SW London was gripped by a serial killer's prostitute killing spree in the '60s - the killer was never caught but NeighbourNet member and author Neil Milkins is convinced his book on the infamous Hammersmith Nudes Murders will prove his suspect guilty.
Between 1959 and 1965 a total of eight woman were found murdered in the borough of Hammersmith & Fulham and neighbouring boroughs of Chiswick and Brentford.
The victims were all found naked except for their stockings which led to the label the 'Hammersmith Nudes Murders' and the serial killer was know as 'Jack the Stripper'.
Neil Milkins (pictured left), believes his book 'Who is Jack the Stripper?' will prove that the real murderer was Welsh child killer Harold Jones, who was living in Fulham & Putney at the time of the murders. Jones had been jailed for 20 years in the 1920s after murdering an eight and 11-year-old when he was just 15. Neil believes that it was following his release that Harold Jones began his reign of terror on the sex-workers of London.
December 6, 2010