Currently, no formal investigation has been established in relation to such a case. The declared death date of the presumed victim is 22 June 1888, but the impostor autopsy and police reports allude to the month of June 1888, as well as the summer of 1888. Contemporary newspaper articles and official police reports cited the murder of a woman from the slums of the East End of London, but did not name her. It was rumoured that the murderer was Jack the Ripper, but it was never proved. Ruth Barrett, author of More Ripperologist (1983), claims that the case could be reconciled with the series of murders. In his book, Barrett states that the East End murders, in particular the murder of Catherine Eddowes, are believed to have been committed by a different killer. He also cites similarities in the modus operandi and some of the post-mortem mutilations. According to Barrett, the Eddowes killer was a man, either insane or drunk, while Jack the Ripper was a woman, possibly the same woman who murdered three more prostitutes in the same manner. Such a woman would have been familiar with the anatomy of the female body, but not with the body of a male. The late twentieth century and early twenty-first century has seen a resurgence of interest in the case of Jack the Ripper, with many new books and television programmes revolving the case. The case has been featured in several books, notably in the book series, Ripperology.
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