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Jack the Ripper

This Jack the Ripper composite sketch is based on the following witness account of the Ripper:

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Stephen Mancusi
Jack the Ripper Composite Sketch 

"He had a soft felt hat on, and this was drawn down somewhat over his eyes. I put down my head to look him in the face, and he turned and looked at me very sternly, and they walked across the road. The man was about 5ft. 6in. in height, and 34 or 35 years of age, with dark complexion and dark moustache turned up at the ends. He was wearing a long dark coat trimmed with astrakhan, a white collar with black necktie, in which was affixed a horse-shoe pin. He had a heavy moustache curled up, and dark eyes and bushy eyebrows. He had no side whiskers, and his chin was clean shaven. He looked like a foreigner."

The following mug shot is a man that committed several murders in New York City during the early 1900’s. His modus operandi was similar to that of the infamous "Jack the Ripper". It is believed he may have been the same person. The age regression (with and without hat) are based on this mug shot. Does he resemble the Jack the Ripper sketch?

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Above Original Mugshot Early 1900
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