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For ten weeks during the Autumn of 1888, London’s East End was gripped by the terror of history’s most notorious serial killer. Despite public outcry, the culprit was never caught, and the mystery of Jack the Ripper continues to fascinate amateur sleuths and crime enthusiasts well over a century later. In this book, you will find a comprehensive collection of the evidence and facts that exist, as well as police reports and the many theories about who the Ripper really was. Everything you need to make your mind up is here, about who the killer was, why he chose his victims and why the police never found him. Prepare yourself for a grim look at the streets of London in their darkest days. Featuring:
The scenes - Take a walk through the gloomy alleyways of 19th Century East End London with high-quality illustrations
The victims - Get insight into the lives of the women Jack the Ripper chose as his victims
The suspects - Make your own mind up about whether any of the prime suspects were, in fact, the Ripper
The theories - Delve into the many theories that have emerged around the case