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In 1888, Kingston upon Hull was a port not unlike London. It had visitors via rail and sea, an overstretched police force, and a group of newspapers that had offices and correspondents in London. When the Whitechapel Murders began the Hull press, who had 24 hours to London based correspondents, began to cover the stories.
Here, presented for the first time, are a series of newspaper articles covered by the Hull press in 1888. Articles from the numerous available of the period, many of which haven't seen publication for 125+ years.
Coupled with primary historical sources, official files and genealogical snippets, this book presents a detailed picture of the Autumn of Terror.