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Jack the Ripper

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Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper - Preyed on "working girls" in the White Chapel District of London in 1888.

"The Nemesis of Neglect", 1888 Punch cartoon commenting on the Jack the Ripper murders by Sir John Tenniel

What Dorsett street looks like today This is where the last jack murder took place

Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper lore

A Bi-Monthly Magazine about Jack the Ripper and the Victorian Era.

Ripperologist magazine

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Anyone who is familiar with Jack the Ripper knows this pub, Ten Bells, is where the prostitutes frequented. I had the pleasure of visiting it as well and having a gin and tonic on a "Jack the Ripper Tour" in the White Chapel district of London.

On the Jack the Ripper tour in Spitalfields

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Morrissey. Jack the Ripper.

Jack the Ripper from hell

Jack the Ripper- white chapel 1888

File:Dorset-street-1902.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Christ church whitchapel

Millers court #5 and last murder

Mitre Square- murder #4

Jack the Ripper Photo Archive - Mitre Square/Mitre Square

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berner street= Murder #3

Bucks Row- Murder #1

Pub that was around when Jack was. It still stands, the same as it was in 1888

Casebook: Jack the Ripper - The Ten Bells Pub

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In the illustration [left] is shown the Commercial Road in 1851 spanned at Stepney Station, which was then in Rose Lane, by a bow-string bridge eighty feet in length. At the time it was said that, "notwithstanding the great length of the viaduct and the material [iron] of which it was constructed, it has a light and picturesque appearance." On account of its narrowness it was replaced by a wider bridge in 1874-6 (the work taking two years) and afterwards re-erected across a ravine in Switzerland

1888 Ordinance Survey Map of Whitechapel Area Where all murders happened

Casebook: Jack the Ripper - Maps of Whitechapel, 1888-1894

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James Monro was replaced by Sir Richard Anderson

Detective Constable Walter Dew

Inspector Walter Andrews