I don’t know about you, but I love a nice Christmas tree. And, I must admit, London has got some terrific ones up at the moment. You’re just walking along, full of festive frivolity and, there it is, […]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.
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Imagine if you were a clergyman just going about your everyday duties, such as hearing confessions, when, from the dark of the confessional’s other side, a gruff voice confesses his sins and admits to being “Jack the Ripper.” […]Read Article
Although it is apparent that the police believed the Whitechapel Murders had ended by 1892, it is apparent from several newspaper reports that the newspapers were still scouring the crime reports for any hint that Jack the Ripper […]Read Article
Throughout the closing weeks of November 1888 it was becoming apparent to many observers that the police investigation into the Jack the Ripper murders was in total disarray. With the resignation of the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Charles […]Read Article
On Monday 19 November 1888 the newspapers were discussing the lack of progress in the hunt for Jack the Ripper. However, several newspapers mentioned the fact that the police had received some promising information concerning the movements of […]Read Article
In today’s blog I thought I’d just do a simple round up of the people whose names crop up in connection to the Jack the Ripper murders of 1888. JOHN MCCARTHY John McCarthy was the landlord of Jack […]Read Article
Today sees the launch of another of our popular Jack the Ripper quizzes. This cunning conundrum challenges participants to answer 10 questions of the facts, locations ans people connected with the murder of Mary Kelly, which took place […]Read Article
Today, I though I’d make a few recommendations for the best places to go to to enjoy a truly haunted night out in London. So, without further ado, here are my top five ghostly locations. But, before […]Read Article
On 3 May 1879 the East London Observer treated its readers to the “Latest Intelligence” under the headline “An Extraordinary Ball -Men Dressed As Women.” It as an interesting article because it provides us with an insight into […]Read Article
Fog in London. It is what everybody immediately imagines when they picture the streets of the Metropolis in Jack the Ripper’s day. Dense, smoke-filled air, swirling its way through the narrow, cobbled thoroughfares of the East End of […]Read Article