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Psychic saw the face of Jack the Ripper

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On September 11 1889, the Edinburgh Evening Dispatch published an extraordinary letter from Mr T Ross Scott, of 26 Queen’s Crescent, Mayfield, a house that still stands to this day.

In his comfortable semi-detached Edinburgh home, Mr Scott had been having nightmares about the Whitechapel murders in faraway London, and he believed that in his dreams, he had three times seen Jack the Ripper.

Twice, in July 1889, he had seen Jack standing in what looked like a small dispensary, like if he had been a ship’s surgeon.

Mr Scott had felt strangely frightened of this sinister figure, who had fixed him with his steely glare.

Full story at The Scotsman: Link

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