Ripper Postcard Sold at Auction

A postcard believed to have been penned by the infamous serial killer  Jack the Ripper was sold for a rather sizeable sum at an auction in  England.

The macabre piece of true crime memorabilia was received by authorities  in London in October of 1888 and arrived mere days before the Ripper  claimed his final victim.

Along with teasing that his "knife is still in good order" and warning  that he had his eye on a pair of women that he planned to target, the  mysterious murderer even signed the postcard with his now-infamous  moniker of 'Jack the Ripper.'

More on this story, including the whopping price that the postcard fetched, at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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