It happens that from time to time what we have as a certainty can come down on us. Every so often, also, characters before whom we open our eyes wide every time we quote them are reborn to make possible the most difficult yet. It is the case of Leonardo, a total artist who, from time to time, brainy studies of an American university discover a new achaque almost at the same time that he is diagnosed with an illness, imaginary or not, his immortal portrait, the one of Lisa Gherardini Then there is the fascination for the supreme evil embodied in Hitler, a bottomless pit in terms of information. Within this group we can include a character like Jack the Ripper, murderer who terrorized a country and killed the lives of at least five prostitutes of humble life in the less desirable neighborhoods of a London that was doomed to the industrial revolution. His personality was even associated with that of some member of the English royal household and it was even ventured that it was nothing but a capital invention. Be that as it may, the prestigious publication "Journal of Forensic Sciences" reports that the enigma about its identity has ended and that the slaughterer could be a Polish barber of 23 years, Aaron Kominski, following an examination of DNA remains in a shawl that Catherine Eddowes wore, murdered in September 1888 and that would coincide with that of the living relatives of the barber. The name of such Kominski had already appeared in the list of suspects and while the expert authors of the analysis are satisfied to have named the brutal predator, the unknowns are hanging over the case. Interestingly, the release in light of this finding coincides in time with the world premiere next April in the English National Opera of an opera based on the women victims of Jack the Ripper. Interesting coincidence? A way to publicize the work? The truth is that the director Iain Bell, a London breaker who premiered as who makes churros, you can serve this speaker. That, and have a masterful cast, of course, formed by Josephine Brastow, Susan Bullock, Lesley Garrett, Marie McLaughlin, Natalya Romaniw, Janis Kelly and Alan Opie.