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The Fleet Street Phantom- Hallowe'en 1684

A sooty, foggy night in Victorian London. great atmosphere for horror and vampires - Phuoc Quan: Black and White painting I get an eerie sense from this photo, something like what our set will be.

Stumbling onto a murder scene that a reporter likens to the crimes of Jack the Ripper, young detective constable Lacey Flint races against time to prevent additional deaths and realizes that the killer is taunting her with secrets from her past.

Stumbling onto a murder scene that a reporter likens to the crimes of Jack the Ripper, young detective constable Lacey Flint races against time to prevent additional deaths and realizes that the killer is taunting her with secrets from her past.

Ripper Street (TV Series 2012– ) and naturally, they've decided to cancel it.  Son. Of. A. Bitch.  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/10494860/Cast-in-shock-as-BBC-axes-Ripper-Street.html

in the East End of London in 1889 during the aftermath of Jack The Ripper murders. The infamous H Division - the police precinct charged with keeping order in the district

Throwing Knives  I seriously want throwing knives, a spear, tomahawk/axe, bow and arrow and swords

Jack Ripper Throwing Knives 3Pcs Set. ( Black )

Throwing Knives I seriously want throwing knives, a spear, tomahawk/axe, bow and arrow and swords

Jack ripper leg sleeve

Vintage London, slave by Matteo Pasqualin / Now this is not just a tattoo, this is a piece of art, soooo awesome

Flower and Dean Street (marked) was destroyed in the Blitz. But in 1888 it lay between Commercial Street to the west and Brick Lane to the east, north of Whitechapel Road. This map also reveals the locations of each victim's murder and the Ten Bells pub, believed to be where Jack the Ripper used to frequent

Geographic profiling pinpoints street where Jack the Ripper lived

Flower and Dean Street (marked) was destroyed in the Blitz. But in 1888 it lay between Commercial Street to the west and Brick Lane to the east, north of Whitechapel Road. This map also reveals the locations of each victim's murder and the Ten Bells pub, believed to be where Jack the Ripper used to frequent

Jack Ripper Throwing Knives 3Pcs Set. ( Black )

Jack Ripper Throwing Knives 3Pcs Set. ( Black )

Regardless of your skill level, Knife Depot has what you need in our large throwing knife selection. Designed for performance and beauty, you\'ll find just the throwing knife you need at affordable prices.

A policeman discovers one of Jack the Ripper’s victims in the East End. This image appeared in Le Journal Illustré on 13 February 1891 (Museum in Docklands)

A policeman discovers one of Jack the Ripper’s victims in the East End. This image appeared in Le Journal Illustré on 13 February 1891 (Museum in Docklands) Murders started in 1888

Skulltastic.

Illustration by Sam Weber for House of Mystery from DC/Vertigo Comics

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40 Books For Women To Read in 2017 Calling all fans of Sherlock Holmes! Check out these 10 brilliant mysteries worth reading.

Map of Whitechapel Murder Locations 1888-1891 | Most, if not all, of the victims—Emma Elizabeth Smith, Martha Tabram, Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes, Mary Jane Kelly, Rose Mylett, Alice McKenzie, Frances Coles, and an unidentified woman—were prostitutes.

The map below shows the Whitechapel Murder crime scene locations, beginning with the site of the attack on Emma Elizabeth Smith (April and ending with the murder of Frances Coles (February

Jack Ripper Throwing Knives 3 Piece Set, Silver

Jack Ripper Throwing Knives 3Pcs Set. ( Black )

Jack Ripper Throwing Knives 3 Piece Set, Silver

JACK THE RIPPER TIMELINE OF CRIME  Infographic

This picture shows some of the women Jack the Ripper murdered. We learned that Jack the Ripper was a brutal murder of women. We also learned that the murders happened in London.

A letter thought to be written by Jack the Ripper. It was sent to Doctor Thomas Openshaw of the London Hospital Whitechapel dated 1888

Met Police's infamous Black Museum of chilling evidence could become a tourist attraction

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