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G.R. Sims on the Ripper

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G.R. Sims on the Ripper

Post by Karen on Thu 9 Jun 2011 - 20:06

G.R. Sims thinks Jack the Ripper is altogether too clever for the London police. He says: "The illustrious Jack will in all human probability take his secret with him to eternal bye-bye, and it is quite possible that, dying in the odour of santity, a not too modest tombstone may record his many virtues and inform cemetery visitors that he was a loving husband, an affectionate father, and that of such is the kingdom of Heaven."

Source: Auckland Star, Volume XX, Issue 274, 18 November 1889, Page 2

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