The "From Hell" letter is generally regarded as one of the authentic letters that Jack The Ripper sent. It was riddled with spelling and grammar mistakes, but at least it came with a kidney.
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Mr. Lusk received one of Jack The Ripper's letters that was widely thought to be authentic. It beared an indistinct London postmark and was wrapped in brown paper but did not showcase The Ripper's house number. In the letter, The Ripper claims he partook in cannibalism as he ate half of a woman's kidney, but luckily enough, he saved the other half for Mr. Lusk who verified that the kidney had indeed come from a human.