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Sandusky Star
Ohio, USA
28 May 1901

JACK THE RIPPER
Gets in His Deadly Work in London Again

London, May 28.
A murder, closely resembling the work of Jack the Ripper, has occurred in the Whitechapel district, near the scene of so many of that mysterious fiend's crimes of 1888. The victim was Annie Austin, aged about 30. She was found Sunday morning. She had been horribly mutilated. Death ended her sufferings a few hours after discovery. She made no statement.


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       Dissertations: Murder, Death and the Lodging House: The Strange Case of ... 
       Press Reports: Decatur Review - 28 May 1901 
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