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Name - Peter Sutcliffe.

AKA - The Yorkshire Ripper.

DOB/DOD - N/A - Alive(Currently Incarcerated at Broadmoor Mental Hospital).

Family - Father 'John', Mother 'Kathleen', Sisters 'Anne, Maureen, Jane', Brothers 'Mick, Carl', Wife 'Sonia'.

Residence(at Time of Murders) - 6 Garden Lane, Heaton, Bradford. UK.

Murder Type/Practices - Serial Killer / Sadism.

Method/Weapons Used - Stabbing, Strangulation, Bashing / Ball-Pein Hammer, Knives, Claw Hammer, Hacksaw, Screwdrivers, Rope.

Organization - Disorganized.

Mobility - Stable.

Victim Vicinity - Yorkshire, Northern England.

Murder Time Span - July 1975 - January1981.

Victim Type - Prostitutes.

Victims - Wilma McCann (Died 30 Oct 1975), Emily Jackson (Died 20 Jan 1976), Irene Richardson (Died 5 Feb 1977), Patricia Atkinson (Died 23 Apr 1977), Jayne MacDonald (Died 26 Jun 1977), Jean Jordan (Died 1 Oct 1977), Yvonne Pearson (Died 21 Jan 1978), Helen Rytka (Died 31 Jan 1978), Vera Millward (Died 16 May 1978), Josephine Whitaker (Died 4 Apr 1979), Barbara Leach (Died 2 Sep 1979), Marguerite Walls (Died 18 Aug 1980), Jacqueline Hill (Died 17 Nov 1980) (+?).

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