Two of “Jack The Ripper” experts believe they have found the identity of the Whitechapel serial killer. Authors Christer Holmgren and Edward Stow believe the most likely suspect for Jack The Ripper is Charles Cross, a cartman who claimed to have found the first victim prostitute Polly Nichols on August 31 1888. Cross was discovered crouching over the body by a witness Robert Paul. He told police he had been walking through Bucks Row on his way to Pickfords’ depot in Broad Street at around 3am when he found the body of Nichols. But Holmgren and Stow believe he could have been the killer, disturbed as he was mutilating the body of Nichols.