Freddie Mills: world light heavyweight champion… and serial killer?

Was Freddie Mills the Killer Known as Jack the Stripper? Freddie Mills (77-18-6, 55 KOs) defeated Gus Lesnevich for the world light heavyweight crown in 1948.  He lost the title to Joey Maxim in 1950.  But it's what he did (or may have done) between his retirement from the ring following his loss to Maxim, and his mysterious death 15 years later, that makes Mills so very interesting...
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September 24, 2012  |  Discuss

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