A hundred and twenty years ago today, London was not done with horrible murders. It had been barely ten years since Jack the Ripper had terrorized Whitechapel.
Not only was the identity of Jack the Ripper a mystery, but also if indeed he was the author of several letters received by the police after the murders. A forensic linguist from the University of Manchester has found part of the answer.
Well over 100 years since the gory murders committed in the White Chapel district of London, the identity of Jack the Ripper is still in question, and just how many others were masters in their own right of similar, bloody handiwork.
Marlene at Miami Ghost Chronicles is a freelance writer and paranormal researcher.
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