Jack the Ripper
- Civil District of Whitechapel
- By October 1888, there were estimated of 1200 prostitutes and 62 brothels,
- it's was led increase of violation
- Infamous murderer Jack the Ripper killed at least five London female prostitutes in 1888
- Never captured, his identity is one of English's most famous unsolved mysteries.
How Jack the Ripper kills in different locations
What do we need to know about Jack the Ripper
The London Monster Jack the Ripper
Was nine inches long, and near four inches deep;
But before that this monster had made use of force,
He insulted their ears with obscene discourse." Jack the Ripper
Many of London people called Jack the Ripper is " The London Monster" because he killed of his victims.
Media bias shown through the newspaper in actual fact, much of what we think we know about the Ripper killings is the result of historical speculation, biased media coverage, or simple folklore. Even the name “Jack the Ripper” originates from a letter sent to a London newspaper — a letter now widely believed to be a hoax. We can't even be completely sure that all five Ripper murders were the work of the same individual, or that other murders were not committed by the Ripper. Although modern scholars put the number of Ripper victims at five, contemporary newspaper accounts identified at least six and sometimes more, attributing other murders to the same culprit.
A failed barrister, a polish Jew, a mad doctor, a royal prince, even a Jill the ripper has been but a few of the ongoing suspects emerging in a never ending game of hunt the ripper.
One thing seems certain, whether Jack the Ripper was a doctor, butcher, slaughter man, hairdresser or barrister, his identity will remain forever hidden in the shadows of the Victorian night.