And more “suspects,” courtesy the curiosity cabinets of Brian Leno:
Frank Miles was an artist and shared a house with Oscar Wilde — at least they shared accommodations until they possibly got into a lover’s spat and Miles kicked Oscar out.
Miles loved to paint beautiful women, incorporating floral designs with their portraits. Lillie Langtry posed for the artist in his and Wilde’s house.
Not a serious Ripper suspect, Miles might have been a monster himself, supposedly enjoying intimacy with young girls under the age of consent.
The note reads “My dear friend, when will your ship come in, I mean your quarter be paid. I assure you I would not write this, if it were not important to me.”
Evidently someone owned Miles some money and wasn’t paying.
By the way, some nitwits also list Oscar Wilde as a potential Ripper suspect.