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Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel
Indiana, USA
1 January 1891

It is a strange coincidence that exactly 100 years ago young girls in London were in constant terror of meeting the Jack the Ripper of that day. He attacked and wounded several ladies in several parts of the town, cutting their garments and gashing them in the body with a sharp pointed instrument, although he never went so far as murder. In April, 1790, a large reward was offered for the apprehension of the "Monster" as he was popularly called.


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