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The 13th~ Sydney Tripper Ripper Hacks Apart Another



Under intense pressure from the NZ Blitz, Sydneysiders have another nightmare to deal with, The Tripper Ripper, the LSD dosing serial killer targeting the cities young women.


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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia :

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Cruzan lobsterman leads an armada of angry fishing vessels bent on the war path. After continued  harassment from armed St. Thomian and St. Johnian naval vessels, the aquaculture community of St. Croix has vowed to fight back.


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Divi Carina Bay, Christiansted, St Croix, USNA-VI

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