The Diary of Jack the Ripper

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Hyperion, Oct 31, 1993 - Political Science - 323 pages
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After more than a year of authentication analysis, a Victorian journal found in England is determined to be the actual diary of the notorious serial killer known as Jack the Ripper. This detailed recounting of the authentication process contains a facsimile of the document itself.

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Review: The Diary of Jack the Ripper: The Discovery, the Investigation, the Authentication, the Debate

User Review  - Barry Reynolds - Goodreads

excellent book well researched and well worth reading. Read full review

Review: The Diary of Jack the Ripper: The Discovery, the Investigation, the Authentication, the Debate

User Review  - Roxxi Zimmerman - Goodreads

Stupendous! A read that's fit for anyone that wants something jam packed and full of wide-range information and a good story to go along with it. It's the end of all conspiracy theories. I'm convinced that James Maybrick was definitely Jack the Ripper after reading this one. Read full review

Contents

Perhaps in my tormented mind I wish for someone to read
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My hands are cold my heart I do believe is colder still
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A dark shadow lays over the house it is evil
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Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Shirley Harrison has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and works full-time for a government agency in an executive capacity. She is married with two sons.

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