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Jane the Ripper was the name given to a serial killer who struck in London sometime in the late 19th century. Her victims were all young women. At some point a waxwork disply was made of her and erected at Madame Tusspells Museum of Waxworks.

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  • Jane the Ripper is an obvious pastiche of the real life serial killer Jack the Ripper. Ironically, however, there is another exhibit in the House of Horrors which depicts the traditional pop culture image of Jack the Ripper, suggesting that Jane the Ripper is actually a separate killer; although it is difficult to tell, as the game does not elaborate on the nature of the Jack the Ripper-esque display if examined (Ryunosuke Naruhodo simply comments on the scene reminding him of a samurai going on a tsujigiri killing spree, which is likely subtly referencing to Jack the Ripper's nature as a killer of sex workers).
  • Upon examining her statue, Naruhodo imagines that the bathtub is there so she can bathe in her victims blood. This is likely a reference to the famous serial killer Elizabeth Bathory, who was rumored to bathe in the blood of her victims. Ironically, it has nothing to do with Bathory, or even Jane.
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