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Fairbanks Evening News (Alaska, U.S.A.)
August 29 1906

RIPPER IS AT HIS WORK AGAIN

Body of a woman is horribly slashed with knife found in Rooming House

New York, Aug.28.
A woman known as Mrs. Anne Moore was found murdered early today in a furnished room on Second Street. She was horribly ripped and gashed, her body resembling those victims of the infamous Jack the Ripper, whose series of murders had the police of London at their wits' ends for two years. James Moore, who posed as the woman's husband, is detained by the police on suspicion.


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       Press Reports: Altoona Mirror - 28 August 1906 
       Press Reports: Daily Kennebec Journal - 29 August 1906 
       Press Reports: Washington Post - 29 August 1906