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 Jack the Ripper: A Suspect Guide 
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Charlie the Ripper

In March 1976 in the weekly publication Reveille, the question was asked, Was the most notorious murderer in British history a pasty-faced fish gutter who could not make love. Mrs Carmen Rogers, a medium, gave an account of a man she named, Charlie the Ripper, and believed he was a nondescript sort of man, with a thin face and pasty complexion, deceptively strong in the arms and hands, aged about thirty four, or thirty five, and who worked in the fish trade. He was unable to form normal sexual relations with women, hence took out his frustration by killing and mutilating them instead.

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