Murder. Chaos. Outrage. This was the mode in Texas' capital city, Austin from 1884 to 1885. The city had been haunted by a string of bloody murders. Women were t just killed--they were dragged alive from their beds, taken outside where they were often tortured and then murdered. Six of the victims, all women, were found dead with sharp objects inserted in their ears. As horrifying as the murders were, what's more horrifying is that the person who committed these heius acts of violence was never found. To this day it remains one of the most famous unsolved crimes. It has long been suspected by several ted historians that the real killer may have been ne other than Jack the Ripper. Written with gripping, page turning suspense, this book brings you back in time to Austin, Texas, so you can experience the horror and panic for yourself. Faint at heart turn away!