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Atlanta Constitution
Georgia, U.S.A.
30 April 1901

"Jack the Ripper" Caught

Ludwigshafen, Baden. April 29.

The notorious "Jack the Ripper" who has assaulted and mutilated eighteen women, has been caught here red-handed by two detectives attired as women.