Karen St. Claire: Jackal’N the Ripper [SPOKESMODEL ELECT GALLERY]

In the Warehouse District of Old Saint Louis, Jackal’N strikes again! Traipsing through Benton Park in bent-minded bloodlust attack, the ripper glides past the old warehouse district and continues on past the Historic Lemp Mansion. In 1980, Life Magazine deemed the Lemp Mansion as “One of the 10 most haunted places in America”.

With a reputed count of four on-site suicides within the royal family, a pedigree bloodline whose reputation grew decadently rich in pioneering the brewery world, the legend lives on. Maybe these ghosts that haunt this traumatically notorious hotspot are stirring up something else, lingering in the form of a surprising eye opening twist on the story.

Perhaps there was some clever foul play involved, surgically sterilized in pristine White Chapel cleanliness, as the payoffs and contractual dirty deeds from society’s elite run deep in hidden dark dank secrecy run amuck. With business as usual, the murder mystery saga continues at the historic mansion as the spirits seek revenge by excavating the hidden remains of truth. Once the real story is exploited, they can finally rest in peace…. In the meantime, Jackal’N the Ripper continues her gruesome game of Hyde N’ Seek.

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Karen St. Claire

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Sarah Rue

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Author: Karen St. Claire

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