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The Autobiography of Jack the Ripper...

Is it Fact or Fiction? You Decide.

In 2008, a manuscript discovered in the estate of a beloved British children’s book author allegedly held the confession to one of the greatest unsolved cases in history—the case of Jack the Ripper. The document introduces a new suspect—James Willoughby Carnac—who details with chilling accuracy his murder spree in London’s Whitechapel district in 1888, presents his motive for the crimes, and for the first time ever, a reason the killings stopped so suddenly.

Sourcebooks wants to know if you, the reader, think The Autobiography of Jack the Ripper is fact or fiction. Vote now. Results will be released on November 9.

The Autobiography of Jack the Ripper

Is The Autobiography of Jack the Ripper simply a groundbreaking literary addition to the Ripper cannon, or is it in fact, a confession?

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+1 # Autumn Miller 2013-10-09 14:27
There are many theories of Jack the Ripper and this one is one of the most interesting ones.
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0 # Charlene Connors 2013-10-09 16:45
how much is fact, fiction, conjecture?
Whatever it is - it is fascinating.
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0 # Janet Beatty 2013-10-09 17:35
/would really like a copy.
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0 # Rachel Finnegan 2013-10-09 18:47
Am interested in reading this.
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0 # Kitty Sanders 2013-10-09 22:59
Would Love a Copy of this! ~ Have not personally read it.
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0 # Gwenn 2013-10-10 12:10
Whether this is fact or fiction I would so still like to read this...
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+1 # triplebay 2014-01-13 14:07
Well, the book is a Fiction book....though shelved with True Crime stories......gave it to my mom to read then I will read it, so far she says it is really fascinating and it is like this person knew the entire area.......but what if Beaman was the author vs Carnac - is he a real person? Can't wait to see if he gives his birthdate to look him up online~! What if Beaman wrote such a gastly book he withdrew pages himself, after all he states that but he died before it was published.......so what became of those pages - perhaps Allan Hicken who purchased it from the Estate of Beaman knows the truth?
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