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Bluefield Daily Telegraph
West Virginia, USA
22 December 1903

ANOTHER JACK THE RIPPER

New York Detectives Looking for a Murderer on Transport

New York, Dec.21.
Susupecting that "Jack the Ripper", who killed and mutilated Sarah Martin in a hotel in James Slip in the same manner of the famous "old Shakespeare" murder of twelve years ago, was Calor, detectives today started aboard the United States transport Kilpatrick which is anchored down the bay preparatory to sailing for Manila. The murderer left many clues behind among them a letter which may clear up New York's latest sensation.


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