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Atlanta Constitution
Georgia, U.S.A.
26 June 1889

Looks Like Jack's Work

London, June 25. The name of the woman whose body was cut up and thrown into the Thames recently has been identified by scars on the body and by the clothing. The woman was of a low character and was in the habit of frequenting common lodging houses in Chelsea. She was last seen alive on May 31st. The theory that she was a victim of Jack the Ripper is again revived.


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