Chat It's Fate - - True-life -

Can you imag­ine shar­ing your home with the evil ghost of the world’s most in­fa­mous se­rial killer? In Septem­ber 2016, ter­ri­fied ter­ri­fi­fiter­ri­fied mum Gaynor Is­sitt told The Daily Star her house in Le­ices­ter was haunted by none other than Jack the Rip­per. Gaynor claimed the spook had burned Bi­bles and at­tacked her while she slept. ‘Jack phys­i­cally at­tacks me,’ she said. Para­nor­mal in­ves­ti­ga­tor Mark Ver­non told the news­pa­per he be­lieved the spec­tral cul­prit was gas-fit­ter Frederick Bai­ley Deem­ing, who was born and lived in the area. Deem­ing was hanged in Aus­tralia in 1892 for mur­der­ing his sec­ond wife. He also killed his first wife and their four chil­dren be­fore bury­ing them un­der a floor at their home. He is re­garded as a prime sus­pect for the un­solved Rip­per mur­ders, when 11 women, mainly pros­ti­tutes, were hor­rif­i­cally butchered in Whitechapel, London, be­tween 1888 and 1891.

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