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Brooklyn Daily Eagle
New York, USA
15 June 1889

AFRAID OF JACK THE RIPPER

Fanny Hill, of 123 Pacific street, was brought to the Charities Department yesterday by her husband and daughter. She is about 45 years old. Mrs. Hill is constantly seeing her father and a former lover of her daughter, both of whom are dead. Her strongest hallucination is that Jack the Ripper has come from England and is chasing after her everywhere. She was sent to the county asylum.