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Maybrick would have been fifty in 1888. Is there another example in world criminological history of a serial killer beginning their life as a multiple murderer at such an age?
Jack the Ripper was 53.
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Does anybody know when Barrett is supossed to have submitted articles for "Look In"? I have access to a pile of late 1980's issues.

At a quick glance the only "articles" appear to be interviews with minor pop stars.
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I don't know of one.

Maybe it was a one-off instance.
Ah that must be it!
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And Danaher wasn't a serialist was he????
No, but he had a long list of potential victims. Who knows what he would have done if he hadn't got caught? Not the best example I admit, just one I had raised earlier so had him in mind.

Theres every possibility James didn't start at 50, read Jack the Ripper: The American Connection.
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Does anybody know when Barrett is supossed to have submitted articles for "Look In"? I have access to a pile of late 1980's issues.
For those unfamiliar with Look-In, there's a full edition from 1983 that's been digitised here:

https://archive.org/details/009LookI...1983TheFallGuy

Bit of a nostalgia trip for me. I wasn't a subscriber, but I did buy it from time to time.
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At a quick glance the only "articles" appear to be interviews with minor pop stars.
Given the delight in cryptic clues and word-play throughout the diary, perhaps the crosswords might be an interesting place to look!
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