Author:Jack the Ripper
"Over the course of the Ripper murders, the police, newspapers, and others received hundreds of letters regarding the case. [...] Hundreds of letters claimed to have been written by the killer himself." Jack the Ripper on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.— Excerpted from
Works about Jack the RipperEdit
- "Another London Horror", British Daily Whig (October 02, 1888).
- "The Whitehall Discovery Inquest Today", St. James Gazette (October 02, 1888).
- "The Whitehall Murder", The Daily Telegraph (October 03, 1888).
- "Ghastly Murder in the East-End" (1888).
- "The Latest Murder", Olean Democrat (September 12th 1889).
- "Jack the Ripper," in The New International Encyclopædia, New York: Dodd, Mead and Co. (1905)
- The Lodger, novel by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes (1913).
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