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The Diary of Jack the Ripper
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The answer to the identity of Jack the Ripper may be found in a diary discovered in Liverpool, signed "Yours truly, Jack the Ripper" and describing in detail the murders of 1888-89. The diary is filled with clues that identify its author as James Maybrick, a cotton merchant who died in 1889 of suspected arsenic poisoning.
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