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Jack The Ripper Tour

This is a walking tour (you will be dropped off and picked up)

Why not take our Jack The Ripper Tour around the East End of London visit the sites of the gruesome murders, be told the stories of the girls who were so brutally killed and their horribly mutilated bodies that were left behind.

Find out what Whitechapel was like in 1888 the poverty and squaller people had to endure.

Who was Jack !!! How did he get his name who were the suspects ,Royalty to a local butcher did he have medical training was he a vet who knows all we know is he was never caught.

How did he remove organs so precisely and quickly and escape into the night with no one ever seeing him or catching a glimpse of him or his accomplice???

Come and experience the streets of Whitechapel for yourselves...

What did Jack the Ripper look like?

Description given of men seen with these unfortunate victims varied every time Was he a local man or a frequent visitor to the area? How did he manage to evade capture when surely he must have been heavily bloodstained? Why did he choose these prostitutes to murder? Why did the police fail to catch him? These are just some of the questions that still have the mystery surrounding them.Come and enjoy the mystery and suspense and gruesome details of the murders carried out by Jack the Ripper in 1888, you can take a private tour where you can have the individual attention of one of our guides.

You will be taken to the very streets where the murders happened and will be shown photos, maps and drawings to give a real feel of the area at the time.

  • Jack The Ripper
  • London's mystery serial killer
  • Who was he?

There have been many suspects some believable, some ludicrous and some laughable from Sir William Gull Queen Victoria’s doctor to Aaron Kominisky, a local lunatic, James Maybrick, a Liverpool cotton merchant, Francis Tumblety the American suspect and the latest a German sailor Carl Ferdinand Feigenbaum alias Anton (Carl or Karl) Zahn (possibly Zahm or, possibly Strohband). As you can see there are endless possibilities!