Some where in the world today are the rotting remains of a man so evil that he struck terror into the people who lived in the richest and largest city in the world, the year was 1888, the City was London and a man they called..... Jack the Ripper.
There was and still is a lot of controversy over who Jack the Ripper was. Could he have been a madman seeking a thrill from butchering East End prostitutes? Or was there more to it than meets the eye, a Doctor needing human organs for research, or a freemason tasked to rid the streets of black mailing prostitutes, were members of the Royal Family or the Royal Physician directly involved. Inspector Aberline of Scotland Yard was the man tasked to investigate the case and knew more about Jack the Ripper than any man alive. He walked the streets of Whitechapel himself by night hoping he would be at the scene when the Ripper next struck. But why did he not mention his most famous case when he wrote his memoirs? Join us on our walking tour and you will be surprised at what you will discover.