Tomorrow sees the 125th anniversary of the murder of Annie Chapman, which took place in Hanbury Street on the 8th September 1888.
We will be continuing with our Jack the Ripper documentary by releasing the latest instalment which will look at the murder that many people believe was the second killing actually carried out by Jack the Ripper.
If you haven’t watched our previous instalments, you might like to catch up before tuning in tomorrow for our fourth instalment of our hugely popular Jack the Ripper documentary.
Our previous instalments have been as follows.
An introduction to London an the East End in 1888, at the time of the Jack the Ripper murders.
The Murder of Mary Nichols, which took place in Buck’s Row, Whitechapel on 31st August 1888.
An introduction to the Whitechapel Murders and to the police officers who were already investigating them when the actual Jack the Ripper murders began.
An introduction to the people of the East End who were facing up to the fact that a serial killer was loose amongst the. We take a look at their life styles, and consider what the area was actually like to live in.
Once you have watched the previous instalments of our Jack the Ripper documentary, be sure to tune in tomorrow for part four.