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Williamsport Sunday Grit
3 September 1905

Jack the Ripper Still Active

A "Jack the Ripper" in Cincinnati, O., has claimed another victim, Miss Elsie McGrath, aged 17, having been murderously attacked within two squares of the cemetery when in the last year five girls have been slain and more than a dozen murderously attacked. Some fiend who is succeeded in baffling the police is suspected of all the crimes. Miss McGrath was struck down with a blunt instrument by a short heavy set man. Her injuries were not fatal.


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