William D. Rubinstein follows the steps of the most famous Ripperologists, and analyzes the facts surrounding the shoking case of Jack the Ripper.
One of a series of images from the Illustrated London News from October 13, 1888 carrying the overall caption, “With the Vigilance Committee in the East End”. This specific image is entitled “A Suspicious Character”.
In Whitechapel district – East London, 5 murders took place starting on the 31st of August 1888. All of the victims were young prostitutes killed in the late hours of the evening. Then all of a sudden the killing spree stopped on the 9th of November. Continue reading →