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The Pinchin Street Torso belonged to an unidentified woman whose torso and arms were discovered in the Whitechapel district of London in 1889.

At the time, she was considered to be a possible victim of Jack the Ripper, but investigators later came to the conclusion that she was not a Ripper victim. Her murder could also be connected to the Thames Torso Murders.

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