Jack The Ripper Taxi Tour
Visiting the ugly underbelly of the Eastend
Ghost Hunter Tours. Brings you a unquie experiance never before offered. This exclusive and private tour will take you to all the horible and grusome sites where Jack The Ripper murdered all his victims. These tour are not available anywhere else.
Murder Location Tour
£150.00 (5 people only)
Visiting all the horrific locations of Jack The Ripper's brutal murders. You will be taken in your own Ripper Black Cab where you will be taken back in time to the ugly underbelly of the terrible Victorian East End of London. the tour last around two hour. This is a unquie exeperience not offered anywhere else.
Murder Locations and Museum Tour
£275.00 (5 people)
You and 4 friends get a private Black Cab tour of all Jack the Rippers murder sites and the hang out of many of his victims. This also includes entry to the 4 floor Jack the Ripper museum. Where the original police whistle and handcuff of police constable Watkin's who discovered the mutalated body of Catherine Eddowes the Rippers 2nd vitctim. The tour last around 3 hours
You have the complette murder location tour, along with the visit to the Jack the Ripper Murder Museum. Followed by a private dinner for 5 people at the Famous Ten Bells pub
The Rippers Victim's
At the end of the 19th century, London experienced a series of horrible crimes that would shock the Victorian society of the time. The alleged perpetrator, the infamous Jack The Ripper, who’s killing ground was the slum of Whitechapel and who has never been identified. This is the sinister journey of a serial killer whose sickening and horrific atrocities remain unsolved more than a century later
Killed on Tuesday, August 7, 1888 at 02:30 a.m., her body lay on the landing of a building located in George Yard Buildings. The victim was found an hour later by one Albert Crow, who believed that it was a drunk sleeping on the stairs and was not alarmed. Later, John Reeves, another neighbour in the area, realized that she was a dead woman and gave the alarm.
MARY ANN NICHOLS
First of the victims of Jack The Ripper, the body of this prostitute appeared on Friday, August 31, 1888 in Buck's Row, now Durward Street, very close to Whitechapel Road. The body lay on the ground, in front of a closed door, and was found at 3:45 a.m. by carriage driver Charles Cross, who was on his way to work
MARY JANE KELLY
At the end of the 19th century, Dorset Street was considered the most dangerous street in London. In one of his sinister alleys, Miller's Courtney, the body of this young woman appeared, who would sadly go down in history for being the last known victim of Jack The Ripper. The woman lay on the floor of the ramshackle room of one of the sub-homes in the area.
That same Sunday, September 30, 1888, it would also be fateful for this woman, whose body was found at 1:45 a.m. in the passage of St. James, south corner of Mitre Square. The police officer who found her, Edward Watkins, said he had just passed there just fifteen minutes earlier without seeing anything strange. At the end of his round, however, this horrific murder had taken place.
The body of this woman was discovered by Louis Diemschutz at 1:00 a.m. on Sunday, September 30, 1888, in a courtyard on Berner Street (now Henriques Street). The man barely caught a glimpse of the victim when he was about to park his cart in that yard and had to return with a candle to confirm his finding.
Her body was discovered by the truck driver John Davis in the backyard of number 29 on Hanbury Street, about 6:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 8, 1888. Davis lived with his family in the same building where he found the victim whilst going to the latrines he ran into the sinister find.
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