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Elyria Democrat
Ohio, USA
26 September 1889

Lawson Tait, the eminent gynecologist, expresses the opinion that the Whitechapel, Chelsea and Battersea murders were committed by the same criminal, probably a lunatic woman employed in a slaughter house and subject to fits of epileptic fury.


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       Press Reports: Bucks County Gazette - 17 October 1889 
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