124yrs Ago, To This Month...
Once upon a time, 124 years ago, a terrible man (or woman) stalked the streets of the East End of London, killing women. This person was nick-named Jack the Ripper (also known as Saucy Jack).
Most of the women he killed were prostitutes and they were all horribly mutilated, with organs removed from their bodies. Jack the Ripper was never caught and lived happily ever after.
The End... or is it?
Jack the Ripper Tours help you walk the Jack The Ripper Walk, taking you down the streets where the murders took place, telling you more about how and when the murders happened and perhaps why.
There is Martha Tabram who was killed on the 6th August, but was she killed by Jack the Ripper? Some say Yes and some say No. The first official Jack the Ripper victim was Mary Ann Nicholls, who was killed on the 31st August.
The Jack the Ripper Tour also discusses who the victims were and their stories; they also talk you through the suspects who were thought to be Jack the Ripper. It was thought that Jack the Ripper was a butcher or surgeon, based on the weapons used and the mutilations that occurred, which showed knowledge of the human anatomy.
Each corner you turn the more the plot thickens, the more stories are revealed and the more facts are found.
Fingers pointed to Prince Albert Victor, grandson of Queen Victoria as a suspect, but here was never proven guilty.
Why not book yourself on a Jack the Ripper Tour during the months when the murders happened, feel the temperature, the mood and set the scene of the terrible fate that these poor ladies met.
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