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Homage to the Ripper

A few days ago my husband and I watched a 2009 British mini-series called WHITECHAPEL, about a Jack the Ripper copycat. I highly recommend it:


Whitechapel: The Ripper Returns  











I had just recently read a book that also harked back to the Ripper:


Now You See Me  











Despite the fact that many more serial killers since the Ripper have murdered more people, for some reason the Whitechapel murders continue to intrigue us. I can think of several other Ripper-related books and movies - if you can come up with others, please add them here! Click "Add Product" to add the link.