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DNA evidence reveals Aaron Kosminski was Jack the Ripper - has the JTR case been solved? [UPDATE] - Altered Dimensions Paranormal
Has the Jack the Ripper case been solved using DNA evidence? In a new book, the author claims that DNA evidence shows beyond reasonable doubt that Aaron Kosminski, a popular Jack the Ripper suspect, was the infamous killer of at least five prostitutes during the Victorian era. Edwards reached his conclusion based on DNA collected from a shawl found next to the body of Jack the Ripper victim, Catherine Eddowes, who’s body was found in Mitre Square in the City of London on September 8, 1888, with her throat cut, abdomen ripped open and the left kidney and part of the womb removed.