New Evidence May Point To The True Identity Of Jack The Ripper

The name “Jack the Ripper” immediately┬ásummons both a feeling of fear and morbid curiosity among those who hear it. And any time new Jack the Ripper evidence emerges, most folks father ’round to listen. The notoriously brutal killer who is known to have murdered at least five women in London in 1888┬álurked in the shadows of alleys and doorways throughout the poverty-stricken┬áWhitechapel┬ádistrict seeking out his prey. What’s worse is that his true identity was never discovered and, though┬áover 130 years have┬ápassed, his legacy of terror lives on.

That is until a recent investigation unearthed greater evidence of his identity.┬áThe pages of a diary found hidden beneath the floorboards of an old London flat in March of 1992 may hide the key to the Jack the Ripper mystery ÔÇô┬áa fact no one believed could be true until now.

Recent analysis by┬áRobert Smith, a “Ripperologist” of sorts, has revealed that the book was, in fact, discovered beneath the floorboard of a room that would have belonged to a Mr.┬áJames Maybrick in 1889, when the murders were being┬ácommitted. What’s more?┬áThe pages contain a┬ádetailed retelling of the crimes ÔÇô┬áand a confession.

WARNING: Graphic images from the Jack the Ripper crime scenes are included below.

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