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Ripperological Preservation Society 2000 (reprint)
Anon.
Hwem är Jack uppskäraren? : Berättelse om den fasawäckande qwinnomord, som under loppet af trenne år blifwit begångna i stadsdelen Whiteschapel i engelska hufwudstaden London.
Kalmar, 1889. 16pp.
Reprinted: RPS, 2000. 30pp., Swedish with English translation (shown).

Casebook Review:

Recently discovered in the Royal Library of Stockholm, this 15 page pamphlet was published in Sweden in 1889. It covers the basic details of the crimes, focusing specifically on that of Alice McKenzie, and even tells of a Ripper scare in Stockholm. Reprints available for purchase through the Ripperological Preservation Society.


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