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Ogden Standard
Utah, USA
24 July 1891

Jack the Ripper in France

Paris, July 23.
Two murders similar in character to those ascribed to Jack the Ripper, has (sic) been committed in Marseilles within a week. A man giving an Italian name twice took rooms accompanied by a woman and in each case the woman was afterwards found murdered, having been strangled and then mutilated. A letter sent to the police stated that these crimes were the beginning of a series.


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  Marseilles Murders
       Press Reports: Middletown Daily Times - 24 July 1891