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Ogden Standard
Utah, USA
12 October 1888

London, Oct. 11.
The Pall Mall Gazette charges that the words "I have murdered four and will murder sixteen more before I surrender myself to the police," written by the supposed Whitechapel murderer upon the shutter of a house adjoining the one in the yard of which one of his victims was found, were erased by the order of Sir Charles Warren, chief of police, before the authorities had an opportunity to photograph them.