The Unsolved Atlanta Ripper Case

In 1911, Atlanta, Georgia was considered the gateway to the “New South,” at least by Atlanta itself. Less than four decades after Sherman burned Atlanta in a bid to destroy the morale of southerners and cripple the ability of major cities, like Atlanta, to transport goods from place to place, nearly a dozen railroads were now passing through Georgia’s capital city. There was a major boom in business, leading to Inman Park and…

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