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Jack the Ripper is remembered as one of historys most famous daring and heinous serial killers His technique of getting his victims to lay down before he slashed their throats then disemboweling them in a matter of a minute or two with as little blood flow as possible distinguishes him as one of the most methodical ruthless killers to ever live He even performed some of his gruesome murders right in the street and left his victims to be found minutes later by people or policemen passing by This demonstrates what extremes he would actually go to to fulfill his desire for killing Through my report I will attempt to create a brief profile of his victims as well as explore the methodical and horrendous ways they were murdered Mary Anne Nichols was found dead on Aug 31 1888 between 330 and 400 AM by a porter on his way to work At a first glance it appeared to the porter that the woman was just laying down in the street merely unconscious Police officer John Neil was summoned to the scene minutes after the body was found The light from his lamp revealed that the woman was in fact dead with a slashed throat Dr Rees Ralph Llewellyn was performing a surgery when he was called to make an official examination of the body After the examination was complete he pronounced the woman dead by means of a slashed throat He also took special note that the body was still warm indicating that the victim had been dead perhaps only minutes before being discovered The body was removed to the mortuary shed at the Old Montague Street Workhouse Infirmary to be autopsied Only then was the unusually large puddle of blood that had collected beneath the body seen Once at the mortuary Dr Llewellyn performed a full autopsy which revealed more about the manner of the murder that was not acknowledged during the street
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