2 Hours History tour itinerary for London: Jack The Ripper And Whitechapel
Walk through the streets of Whitechapel and Spitalfields where the murders of 5 prostitutes were committed and you will also have a chance to hear about the life of the several groups of people who occupied the area of East London during the Victorian Times!
This tours starts from Aldgate Tube station and ends at Liverpool Street station.
During the walk, we will follow the footstep of Jack the Ripper.
Highlights of the Victorian Age and the borough of Whitechapel: Who was Jack the Ripper? It has been suggested that he or she was a doctor or butcher, based on the evidence of weapons and the mutilations that occurred, which showed a knowledge of human anatomy. Even today after so much work and research there isn’t a proper answer to this question despite the fact that the serial killer has been the inspiration for hundreds of books, articles, and a few movies.
Between August and November 1888, five prostitutes were found dead in the area of Whitechapel: this was not the first time that women were killed by a serial killer, but what made the public opinion aware was that: the 5 victims had been dismembered!
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