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In the brief view of Jack the Ripper murders that occurred in London more than a hundred years ago The original evidence of the case is much lost and many facts are more of opinion by many writers who have written many papers on the case for many centuries The many aspects of this case are contested Jack the Ripper was a popular name that was given to an serial killer he kill many numbers of prostitutes on the East End of London during 1888 The name originates from many letters that was written by someone claiming to be the killer the letters where published during the time of the murdersEach of the murders took place in a mile radius of districts of Whitechapel Spitalfield Aldgate and the city of London Whitechapel was known as the Leather Apron reason for the name is that one of Jacks victims was covered in a freshly clean leather apron when she was founded It is unclear on how many victims were killed it is generally accepted that there were five some have written that he killed four while many say he murdered seven or more According to the press public and the police of London he did slay at least nine woman prostitutes the five they believed he killed names were Mary Ann Nichols Annie Chapman Elizabeth Stride Catharine Eddowes and Mary Jane On September 27th 1888 three days after the double murders of Strides and Eddowes and letter was received to the Central New Agency who thought it may be another hoax from followers of Jack the Ripper such as promised by Jack that he would include one of the victim earlobe within the letter After learning that it was for sure it was written by Jack the Ripper himself The letter read Dear BossI keep on hearing the police have caught me but they wont fix me just yet I have laughed when they
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