Thanks for looking into it all, but I could have saved you some time. I’ve researched this heavily, so I’m well informed of the details, and it all matches up just fine. You didn’t note anything that contradicts the timeline. He could be in London from Arles the next day, murder, and be back in Arles with a total turnaround time of 3 days. See Bradshaw’s Continental Railway Guide 1888. He was a manipulator and came and went as he pleased. The Money. Vincent had enough. It cost less than 100 francs roundtrip. He thanked his brother, Theo, for the money he sent in his letters, and based on that, he had enough for each of the trips. The Ripper letters: Because they didn’t catch Jack the Ripper back then, there was no way for them to know if the letters were from the murderer on not. I have an advantage. I have the murderer, and his handwriting characteristics, and much more, match. VG wrote the Ripper letters. Don’t skip the significance of the matching gap in letters to his ear cutting. Other Murders: I present V began his murders when he was transferred to London at the age of 20, fifteen years before he became Jack the Ripper. The Ripperologists know about most of these murders. They are known as the Torso murders. Asylum: V was allowed to leave the asylum for several days at a time. He manipulated the director into allowing him to go out in the country to paint. He made trips to London during those times to murder.