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Woman Found Mutilated in Portsmouth

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Woman Found Mutilated in Portsmouth

Post by Karen on Wed 29 Jun 2011 - 9:33

[From the Melbourne Herald.]

London, September 18.


Another shocking murder has been discovered which tends to confirm the impression that the terrible miscreant known as "Jack the Ripper" is again at work. In this instance the scene of the crime is Portsmouth. It was committed in a house occupied by immoral women at that seaport, and the victim was of the same class as the women murdered in Whitechapel belonged to. In almost every aspect this murder bears a very strong resemblance to those attributed to "Jack the Ripper." The body had been dreadfully mutilated, and in such a manner as to leave no doubt as to the person who committed the deed possessing considerable anatomical knowledge. Besides this a surgeon's knife was left in the room. The mutilation seems to have been carried on with great deliberation and thoroughness. The whole of the internal organs had been removed and placed in classified heaps in the room. It would appear, however, that before the murderer had quite completed his horrible work he was disturbed, and left in great haste, for, in the room, in addition to the surgeon's knife, there were found a watch and chain, which are believed to have belonged to the murderer. Some of the internal organs are missing. There were indications that the murder had been committed a day or two before the remains were discovered.

Source: South Australian Register, Saturday 21 September 1889, page 5

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