The Man Who Would Be Jack - David Bullock Reviews
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The man who would be jack is an attempt to show that Thomas Cutbush was the infamous Whitechapel murderer Jack the Ripper. The book was written by David Bullock and aims to correlate the known activities of the real Thomas Cutbush with him being the murderer, as with all 'ripper unearthed' style books we have a lot of conjecture and little or no evidence. Jack the Ripper Do I need to go into a lot of detail about the most famous series killer of all time? In autumn 1888, at least 5 women were brutally murdered, slashed open and the murderer never identified. Since then the identity of the killer has been the scene of fevered speculation and ... Read the complete review
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