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Introduction
This 1865 journal merged with the current daily Evening Standard in 1923. Here it reviews letters from Jack the Ripper, the first widely-reported serial killer. At least three may be genuine including From Hell. Arthur Conan Doyle wrote for the Gazette 1888-1917 as per his online Encyclopedia.

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 “From Hell. Mr Lusk, Sor, I send you half the Kidne I took from one woman and prasarved it for you tother piece I fried and ate it was very nise. I may send the bloody knif that took it out if you only wate a whil longer. signed Catch me when you can Mishter Lusk.”

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Jack the Ripper
In 1888 at least five women were mutilated in London’s poor East End. There was a pattern to the murders of brutal deep cuts - and most had a “trophy” organ removed with such precision that anatomical knowledge was assumed. The half-kidney in the “From Hell” parcel was similar to one from victim Catherine Eddowes, who had kidney disease. While the case is still unsolved Ripperology is a growth industry. Scandalously most original evidence has been lost. This makes it difficult to apply modern techniques of detection including DNA testing.

 This book cover comes from a Gazette engraving. George Lusk in the centre got the “From Hell” package as the chairman of the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee.

 From Gazette engraving, “Catherine Eddowes Found”.

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