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Category: Jack the Ripper
The author of a new book claims to have solved one of history’s coldest cases and unmasked the identity of Jack the Ripper.
On the 125th anniversary of Jack the Ripper’s first suspected murder, take a look back at one of history’s most notorious serial killings.
Written in the 1920s and rediscovered in 2008, memoirs supposedly written by the real Jack the Ripper were published today.
A German sailor has been added to the growing list of suspects in the unsolved Jack the Ripper case.