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Fresno Weekly Republican (California, U.S.A.)
9 March 1894

Jack the Ripper

London, March 8.
The fact has developed that Scotland Yard detectives have discovered that the famous "Jack the Ripper" is an inmate of the Dartmore (sic) insane asylum, having been sent there shortly after committing the last of the Whitechapel atrocities. The fact has been kept a profound secret, but it is now guardedly admitted.


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  Dartmoor Suspect
       Press Reports: Daily Nevada State Journal - 9 March 1894 
       Press Reports: Manitoba Daily Free Press - 8 March 1894 
       Press Reports: Marion Daily Star - 10 March 1894