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Jack In San Francisco

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Jack In San Francisco

Post by Karen on Wed 26 May 2010 - 22:43

The police of San Francisco seem to have the description of the, if not, at least one of the Jack the Rippers. A woman somewhere in town, called Wilson, came to the police to declare that a man whom she had met on the street, brought him to her house and attempted to strangle her. He tied a towel around her neck and put her before the noose to tell the story of the crimes that he had already committed in London and in the United States. He was not alone, he said that the thug and Jack had a habit of one or the other telling his victim the story in confidence before her death. This time he did not succeed the latter since the San Francisco lady, apparently muscular, managed to wrench herself free and fled. Jack, a man of about forty, of medium height, blond mustache, wearing an English suit with a light demi-saison and high hat, gloves and wearing diamonds, in short, a gentleman from head to toe. On the basis of statements made by the woman Wilson, is that the American police know him to be the perpetrator of 9 murders in 2 years committed in many of our American cities, also by means of strangulation and always on fixed dates of the month, all of them only on the 30th and then the 13th. The description of the murderer, given by the woman who so miraculously escaped corresponds to that of a man, who in Dover and San Francisco had been seen in the company of the same mysterious circumstances then murdered the women.

Source: Goessche Courant, 31/03/1896, Page 1

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