From Hell: Being a Melodrama in Sixteen Parts - Chapters 13 and 14, Epilogue, Maps, and Appendices 1 and 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 and 14, Epilogue, Maps, and Appendices 1 and 2 Summary

Chapter thirteen begins at Cleveland Street, July 1889. Months have passed and the gruesome crimes have faded into recent history. Abberline and others are staking out the homosexual brothel on Cleveland Street. Because various royals and aristocrats have visited the brothel, Gull surmises that nothing official will ever happen—he is experienced in the ways of royal cover-ups. On a whim, he talks with the shop-boy of the sweet shop where Annie Crook had worked years earlier. The shop-boy relates the whole conspiracy theory regarding the royal baby; Abberline dismisses it as so much innuendo. However, in an epiphany he then asks if the name of the royal child's temporary caregiver was Mary Kelly—Abberline has suddenly figured out the entire conspiracy. He confronts his superiors in the police force...

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