File:Jack the ripper.jpg

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English: "Another Victim of Jack the Ripper - Alleged Attack on Pretty Miss Eisenhart in the Cooper Hospital, Camden, N. J., Slashing Her in a Terrible Manner". Illustration published in the National Police Gazette (February 16, 1889) [1].
Español: "Otra victima de Jack el Destripador" (asesinato cometido en New Jersey, dibujo de época publicado en National Police Gazette).
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National Police Gazette - 16 February 1889 - Another Victim of Jack the Ripper.jpg

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