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A Wife Murdered In Montana

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A Wife Murdered In Montana

Post by Karen on Mon 23 Aug 2010 - 9:10

Helena, M.T., March 5. - A fiend with the marked instincts of "Jack, the Ripper," fully developed, committed a fearful crime yesterday, which will rank with some of the most horrible deeds of that celebrated character. A German woman, Mrs. Walters, was found in her bed terribly mutilated, her throat cut from ear to ear, and her body hacked with a razor in a most shocking manner. The body was cut open from the lower part of the abdomen to the breast, presenting a most revolting sight. The victim lived on a ranch ten miles from Bozeman, and at the time the deed was committed was supposed to be alone, her husband and two younger children living with her having remained in town during Saturday night. When they returned to the ranch one of the children discovered its mother weltering in her blood, with a razor grasped in her hand, but not in a natural position to justify the belief that it had been used by the deceased. Witnesses say that blood was on the doors and clothing in the lower rooms, indicating that the woman was murdered and then taken upstairs. Physicians say that several cuts were made on the body after death, the murderer at first evidently determining to cut up the body. Sensational developments have been brought out by the coroner's jury, which adjourned to obtain witnesses from the country. The husband and eldest son have both been arrested and are in jail. The husband was in good spirits while in the city soon after or about the time the deed was committed, and ended the day by getting intoxicated. The son was in town Saturday morning, and after failing to get money from his stepfather returned to a ranch near his mother's, where he works. Public sentiment is about equally divided as to which of the prisoners is guilty. The coroner's jury returned a verdict fixing the guilt upon the husband. The finding of a suit of his clothes covered with blood was evidence. The woman's intestines were scattered all over the floor.

Source: Deseret News, March 8, 1889

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