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Comic #4232

1 Mercutio: Okay, Robert, you’re Robert Pakington, M.P.
1 Robert (Bar patron 2): Right.
2 Mercutio: And you, you’re the mysterious murderer.
2 Bar patron 1: What’s my name?
3 Mercutio: You don’t need a name. You’re the murderer. Nobody knows who you are.
3 Bar patron 1: Everyone’s got a name!
4 Mercutio: Okay, fine. Mysterious London murderer... Your name is Jack.
4 Bar patron 1: How’d you know that was my name?!
4 Mercutio: Oh good grief.

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Nobody knows who Jack the Ripper was. The odds are not terrible that it was actually a guy named Jack.

Although probably not this Jack, unless he lived to be over 350 years old.

Hmmm... maybe Jack the Ripper was a vampire. In which case he could still be ali... undead.

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