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Did Jack Attack Sarah Black?

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Did Jack Attack Sarah Black?

Post by Karen on Sun 25 Apr 2010 - 9:47

The murders in London

There is now every chance that the murderer of Whitechapel will be in the hands of the police soon. The eighth murder - apparently because it was tested by the same person - totally failed and provided a complete description of the criminal to the police. Around four o'clock in the morning, a woman of 28 years was in a coffee house where there was also an opportunity to spend the night in George Street, a small, dirty alley in Whitechapel. She was accompanied by a man who ordered drinks and started singing with her. This lasted under a group of guests, including Mr. Harris to 8 hours in the morning. About half past ten, when Harris sat in the kitchen eating breakfast, he saw a man coming from the other room, who hurriedly left the house. Almost immediately following a woman whom he knew by the name of Sarah Black, came downstairs. She had a serious wound to the throat and bled terribly. Harris, according to his own story, I understood immediately that the killer had returned to work and began to chase the man. A few others, who also sat in the kitchen, followed him. They saw the man before him exit, onto the corner of a broader street, ans was suddenly out of sight. The killer was about 5 to 6 feet high, had a thick black mustache and wore an overcoat with a hood. Another person, the coal buyer John Arundel, who had just arrived, went into the house and found Doctor Phillips, the physician of the district, an expert in the healing area. Then she was brought in a stretcher to the police office in Commercial Street. The woman has serious wounds to the throat and face, but this one does not seem mortal. It is believed now, that Jack the Ripper is really on the track. From the looks of the woman it reveals that she is quite formidable, and the killer only after a very heated battle had chosen to take to their heels. The police were immediately alerted and there was a large number of detectives and agents in plain clothes and strengthened. Safety Committees are also so helpful and hoped the man whose accurate description is given by the woman, will be still close to track. As soon as the attempted murder was reported, the rumor spread rapidly and it soon became an exaggerated rumor that the Whitechapel murderer had slain his eighth victim. The whole neighborhood reigns of course with great excitement. In Whitechapel and Spitalfields were everywhere, all day, groups, which discussed the incident and expressed the hope that they would finally catch the murderer.

Source: Vlissingse Courant, 25/11/1888, Page 3

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Author of: "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders"
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