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1. How fearless Forty Elephants girl gang terrorised 19th century London The very mention of the name The Forty Elephants, a crime syndicate made up exclusively of young women, would send shivers down the spines of West End shop owners.2. Doubts over Ripper 'memoirs' find 3. Census shows Jack the Ripper victims led "respectable" lives 4. Genealogy Site Details Lives of 'Jack the Ripper' Victims 5. Geographic Profiling Works: Great White Sharks' Hunting Skills As Refined As Jack The Ripper's Geographic Profiling Works: Great White Sharks' Hunting Skills As Refined As Jack The Ripper's6. Was notorious serial killer Jack the Ripper a woman? 7. Madman's notes throw new light on Ripper case
1. Petticoat Lane, 1903 | Retronaut
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3. Revealed: The face of Jack the Ripper | News
This is the face of Jack the Ripper, the 19th-century killer whose identity has remained a mystery for more than 100 years.4. New Jack the Ripper suspect unveiled
5. Jack the Ripper - London Times' Newspaper Articles
6. Jack the Ripper - Interactive Map of Whitechapel
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10. Jack the Ripper, the most famous serial killer of all time - The Crime library
11. The National Archives Learning Curve: Jack the Ripper
12. CD Rom: Jack the Ripper
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