Thomas Neill Cream

(May 27, 1850 – November 15, 1892)

Thomas Neill Cream
Thomas Neill Cream

“I am Jack the …” were the last words Cream screamed with his last breath on November 16, 1892. These words placed him to the long list of the Jack the Ripper suspects.

Thomas Neill Cream’s Victims

Daniel Stott (61), June 12, 1881
Ellen “Nellie” Donworth (19), October 16 1891
Matilda Clover (27), October 20, 1891
Lou Harvey (née Louise Harris) (survived), April 2, 1892
Alice Marsh (21), April 11, 1892
Emma Shrivell (18), April 11, 1892

Books about Thomas Neill Cream

Trial of Thomas Neill Cream, 1923, by Thomas Neill Cream, W Teignmouth Shore (editor)
A prescription for murder : the Victorian serial killings of Dr. Thomas Neill Cream, 1993, by Angus McLaren
Doctor Thomas Neill Cream : mystery at McGill, 1993, by David Fennario
The Gentleman From Chicago: Being an Account of the Doings of Thomas Neill Cream, M.D. (M’Gill), 1850-1892, 1973, by John Cashman
– Murder was his hobby : a study of the career of Thomas Neill Cream, M.D. (McGill), 1944, by Edwin Clarence Guillet
Famous Trials, 1955, by James H Hodge
Demon Doctors: Physicians as Serial Killers, 2002, by Kenneth V. Iserson
Doctors, Detectives, and the Professional Ideal: The Trial of Thomas Neill Cream and the Mastery of Sherlock Holmes, 2008, an article by Paula Jean Reiter