Jack the Ripper Tour
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This is the most obscure, complex and intriguing crime in history. Is there anyone who is not shocked but also fascinated by the story of Jack the Rip...

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Walking tours

Follow your guide through the alleys of Whitechapel where Jack the Ripper once prowled. The streets still echo with the memory of his sinist...

Duration
1 hour, 30 minutes
Available in: English
$ 14

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The inside story

This is the most obscure, complex and intriguing crime in history. Is there anyone who is not shocked but also fascinated by the story of Jack the Ripper? Thousands of newspaper articles, television programs, books and movies have been talking about him for over a century. Now in 2014, well after 126 years, it seems that the biggest mystery of the English history has been resolved.

The modern investigation techniques allowed the isolation of DNA of one of the suspects on the old shawl of one of the serial killer’s victims. The prostitute Catherine Eddowes was murdered on 30 September 1888 in Whitechapel. It seems that Jack the Ripper has finally a face and a name: Aaron Kominski. He was a twenty-three years old barber of humble origins. For the investigators, the young man had strong homicidal tendencies and a great hatred of women, but they could not incriminate Kominski, who died unpunished in a mental hospital in 1899 due to an illness.

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Jack the Ripper Tour Whitechapel, Londra E1, UK London
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