When Jon - a young man suffering "night terrors" - awakens covered in blood, he enters into psycho-hypnotherapy to find out if he might be the serial killer who the local media has been nick naming "Jack is Back!". The sessions soon have him thinking he may actually be the reincarnation of Jack the Ripper.
At first, the psycho-hypnotherapist, Sarah Kilvington is skeptical about her findings, for she does not believe in "night terrors", which are based on "past lives" and "reincarnation." She knows, Jon cannot actually be Jack the Ripper; he must merely believe that to be true in his subconscious mind. But, regardless, if Jon believes it, and if he is guilty of the murders, then Sarah has a serious conflict to deal with, for she is both horrified and excited about the information coming out of these sessions. Sarah sees herself as gaining notoriety by writing a book about this case, but she is also gravely concerned that if her client truly is a murderer, he may kill again.
The more profound Jon's hypnotherapy sessions become, the more Sarah's skepticism decreases. Now, she fears her own life may be in danger.
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About the Author
Mary has researched "Jack the Ripper" and his victims extensively. She has hands-on experience in dealing with the spirit of the real "Jack the Ripper", including reincarnation, and numerous other "Spirit Driven Events."
The story "Jack is Back!" is an updated version of one of many chapters in her Non-Fiction book: "Spirit Driven Events - Fascinating and Enlightening True Stories". The writing of this Spirit Driven Events -"Jack is Back!" novella is in itself, yet another,"Spirit Driven Event", but with a slight fictional twist.