In today’s blog author and guide John Bennett presents a summary of the life and times of East End gangland leaders Ronnie and Reggie Kray. Ronald and Reginald Kray have often been described as Britain’s only gangsters. For […]Read Article
Here in the Latest News you can read the latest articles on the Jack the Ripper crimes, watch videos and also get suggestions for other things to do in London.
You can also keep up to date with what’s going on in the East End and find out if there will be any travel disruption on the day of your tour with us.
Today we begin our video Jack the Ripper tour of London that features the site of each murder and shows it as it was in 1888 and as it appears today. Our first video features Buck’s Row, which […]Read Article
Today we continue our look at the locations in the East End of London that featured in the Jack the Ripper story with a look along Whitechapel High Street. Not, only is Whitechapel High Street and important location, […]Read Article
It is an intriguing past time to look at the old photographs of Jack the Ripper’s London and compare the streets as they were in 1888, at the time of the crimes, to how they appear today. Some […]Read Article
Walking the streets of the East End of London today is an intriguing experience, despite the fact that the area has changed and awful lot in the last 126 years. It is intriguing because there are little pockets […]Read Article
One of the intriguing things about our Jack the Ripper Tour is that many of those who join us for a walk around the various sites and locations connected with the Whitechapel Murders have a terrific amount of […]Read Article
One of the big questions that all ripper enthusiasts, investigators and researchers, will, sooner or later, need to answer is – what became of Jack the Ripper? The fact that the perpetrator of the Whitechapel Murders was never […]Read Article
Well, it is the 31st October and Halloween is upon us again. The night when the Celts believed that the veil between this World and the next was at its thinnest, so the night when it is possible […]Read Article
It always seems strange to me when I read on line that none of Jack the Ripper’s London has survived. I couldn’t disagree more. But, when all is said and done, I suppose that it all boils down […]Read Article
Looking at the press coverage into the Whitechapel Murders over the period from late September to early October, it is interesting to read the letters pages of the various papers as they reveal the public preoccupation with the […]Read Article