Today in True Crime History: August 7

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1888 — Martha Tabram is murdered. While her case differs from other Jack the Ripper victims, many consider her to be one of his first victims.

2019 — The bodies of two teenagers are found in British Columbia. They died by suicide after apparently killing three people.

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