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The Hammersmith nude murders was a series of six murders in London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator. Despite "intense media interest and one of the biggest manhunts in Scotland Yard's history" the case is unsolved. All forensic evidence gathered at the time is believed to have been destroyed or lost.

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  • Frances Brown
  • Mary Fleming
  • Bridget O'Hara
  • Elizabeth Figg
  • Gwynneth Rees
  • Helen Catherine Barthelemy
  • Hannah Tailford
  • Irene Charlotte Lockwood
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  • The Hammersmith nude murders was a series of six murders in London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator. Despite "intense media interest and one of the biggest manhunts in Scotland Yard's history" the case is unsolved. All forensic evidence gathered at the time is believed to have been destroyed or lost.
  • The Hammersmith nude murders was a series of six murders in West London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in West London in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator.
  • The Hammersmith nude murders was is the name of a series of six murders in West London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in West London in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator.
  • The Hammersmith nude murders is the name of a series of six murders in West London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in West London in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator.
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  • Hammersmith nude murders
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  • The Hammersmith nude murders was a series of six murders in London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator. Despite "intense media interest and one of the biggest manhunts in Scotland Yard's history" the case is unsolved. All forensic evidence gathered at the time is believed to have been destroyed or lost.
  • The Hammersmith nude murders was a series of six murders in West London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in West London in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator. Despite "intense media interest and one of the biggest manhunts in Scotland Yard's history" the case is unsolved. All forensic evidence gathered at the time is believed to have been destroyed or lost.
  • The Hammersmith nude murders was is the name of a series of six murders in West London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in West London in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator. Despite "intense media interest and one of the biggest manhunts in Scotland Yard's history" the case is unsolved. All forensic evidence gathered at the time is believed to have been destroyed or lost.
  • The Hammersmith nude murders is the name of a series of six murders in West London, England, in 1964 and 1965. The victims, all prostitutes, were found undressed in or near the River Thames, leading the press to nickname the killer Jack the Stripper (a reference to "Jack the Ripper"). Two earlier murders, committed in West London in 1959 and 1963, have also been linked by some investigators to the same perpetrator. Despite "intense media interest and one of the biggest manhunts in Scotland Yard's history" the case is unsolved. All forensic evidence gathered at the time is believed to have been destroyed or lost.
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  • Ann Phillips
  • Georgette Rees, Tina Smart, Tina Dawson
  • Sandra Russell, Sandra Lockwood
  • Hannah Lynch, Anne Tailer, Anne Taylor
  • Bridie O'Hara
  • Margaret McGowan, Frances Quinn, Anne Sutherland, Donna Sutherland, Susan Edwards, Nuala Rowlands
  • Bridie O'Hara, Bridget Moore
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