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Ripper Suspects Never Die

No fan of Ripper investigations can ignore it, even if Druitt isn’t their favorite suspect.

Katherine Ramsland writes in Psychology Today: When I went to the Ripper Conference in London for the 130th anniversary of the unsolved infamous crimes of 1888, I watched a presentation by Australian high school history teacher Jonathan Hainsworth, who’d researched the Montague J. Druitt case and published Jack the Ripper – Case Solved, 1891.

He had some provocative material in his presentation, so I read his book and wrote a review for this blog.

Now, with coauthor Christine Ward-Agius, he’s updated his work in The Escape of Jack the Ripper: The Full Truth about the Cover-up and his Flight from Justice with more compelling support for his position.

No fan of Ripper investigations can ignore it, even if Druitt isn’t their favorite suspect.

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