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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User Review  - brian_irons - LibraryThing

This was a truly riveting essay. If only it had been true. I believe that there's still a chance that James Maybrick may have been Jack the Ripper even though the diary was a hoax. Read full review

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User Review  - DAurora - LibraryThing

The subject matter and theory is interesting if you have the patience and time to sort out the rampant bias from the facts. Ms. Jackson's one-a-page, unsubstantiated claims (such as, "...which of ... 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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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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