Ripper fans know the case of Jack the Ripper was never solved by Scotland Yard. There were countless suspects but none were ever convicted. Earlier this year, a press release from the Journal of Forensic Sciences stated DNA evidence had solved the case and that Aaron Kosminski, a Polish barber was the killer. Don’t believe it! The killer was another suspect named, M. J. Druitt, who attempted suicide in November of 1888. Unfortunately, a vampire named Count Dracula had other plans. The evil count made him a creature of the night right after he jumped into the Thames River, thwarting Jack's plans to end his miserable life. How else can you explain why the killing spree ended so abruptly?
Dracula Unmasked offers a different explanation on what became of the infamous killer of unfortunates. This story about a time-traveling vampire is action packed and full colorful history, including a parade of historical figures. If you like tales about Jack the Ripper and Victorian London, this story might just be for you. Available on Amazon or Barnes and Noble.
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