Jack The Ripper Tours

Jack The Ripper Tours London's expert led Jack the Ripper Tour. The Jack the Ripper Tour that is led by published authors and experts on the case. Founded in 1982 by Blue Badge Guide Richard Jones this is the original Aldgate East Jack the Ripper Walk that features genuine Victorian photographs that show the streets are walking through as they were in 1888.
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The Edinburgh Castle Mile End.
04/07/2021

The Edinburgh Castle Mile End.

The Edinburgh Castle Mile End.

A dealer in fancy goods.
04/07/2021

A dealer in fancy goods.

A dealer in fancy goods.

Looking into a court in bygone Shoreditch.
04/07/2021

Looking into a court in bygone Shoreditch.

Looking into a court in bygone Shoreditch.

Durward Street, formerly Buck's Row.
04/07/2021

Durward Street, formerly Buck's Row.

Durward Street, formerly Buck's Row.

Whitechapel Station, 1896.
03/07/2021

Whitechapel Station, 1896.

Whitechapel Station, 1896.

Wentworth Street as it used to be.
03/07/2021

Wentworth Street as it used to be.

Wentworth Street as it used to be.

The demolition of St Jude's Commercial Street, 1925.
03/07/2021

The demolition of St Jude's Commercial Street, 1925.

The demolition of St Jude's Commercial Street, 1925.

Green Dragon Yard looking towards St Mary's church.
03/07/2021

Green Dragon Yard looking towards St Mary's church.

Green Dragon Yard looking towards St Mary's church.

Whitechapel Road.
03/07/2021

Whitechapel Road.

Whitechapel Road.

Whitechapel High Street, 1893.
03/07/2021

Whitechapel High Street, 1893.

Whitechapel High Street, 1893.

Frying Pan Alley.
03/07/2021

Frying Pan Alley.

Frying Pan Alley.

Black Lion Yard.
03/07/2021

Black Lion Yard.

Black Lion Yard.

Spitalfields Market looking very atmospheric.
02/07/2021

Spitalfields Market looking very atmospheric.

Spitalfields Market looking very atmospheric.

The White Hart and the entrance to Gunthorpe Street.
02/07/2021

The White Hart and the entrance to Gunthorpe Street.

The White Hart and the entrance to Gunthorpe Street.

Mitre Square as it used to be.
02/07/2021

Mitre Square as it used to be.

Mitre Square as it used to be.

Chief Inspector Swanson, the man who knew all about Jack the Ripper.
02/07/2021

Chief Inspector Swanson, the man who knew all about Jack the Ripper.

Chief Inspector Swanson, the man who knew all about Jack the Ripper.

A bygone East End street.
02/07/2021

A bygone East End street.

A bygone East End street.

A view of Peabody Buildings, Stamford Street where Mary Nichols lived for a time.
02/07/2021

A view of Peabody Buildings, Stamford Street where Mary Nichols lived for a time.

A view of Peabody Buildings, Stamford Street where Mary Nichols lived for a time.

IT'S QUIZ TIMEThe July, 2021 Jack the Ripper true crime quiz is now ready to challenge you knowledge of the Whitechapel ...
02/07/2021
The July 2021 Jack The Ripper Victorian True Crime Quiz.

IT'S QUIZ TIME

The July, 2021 Jack the Ripper true crime quiz is now ready to challenge you knowledge of the Whitechapel murders. How many of the 10 questions can you answer correctly? Be sure to share your score with us in the comments below. https://www.jack-the-ripper-tour.com/generalnews/the-july-2021-jack-the-ripper-quiz/

The July2021 Jack the Ripper true crime quiz consists of 10 questions about the Whitechapel murders and the history of the crimes. See how many you can answer.

Commercial Street in 1901.
01/07/2021

Commercial Street in 1901.

Commercial Street in 1901.

It never really caught on as a mode of transport.
01/07/2021

It never really caught on as a mode of transport.

It never really caught on as a mode of transport.

The church of St Botolph, Aldgate, 1892,
01/07/2021

The church of St Botolph, Aldgate, 1892,

The church of St Botolph, Aldgate, 1892,

A view of the bygone East End.
01/07/2021

A view of the bygone East End.

A view of the bygone East End.

Churchway near Euston.
01/07/2021

Churchway near Euston.

Churchway near Euston.

A bank holiday photograph.
01/07/2021

A bank holiday photograph.

A bank holiday photograph.

Bell and Co. match factory.
01/07/2021

Bell and Co. match factory.

Bell and Co. match factory.

Looking down on the backyard of 29 Hanbury Street, scene of the murder of Annie Chapman.
01/07/2021

Looking down on the backyard of 29 Hanbury Street, scene of the murder of Annie Chapman.

Looking down on the backyard of 29 Hanbury Street, scene of the murder of Annie Chapman.

A shop front on Fournier Street.
30/06/2021

A shop front on Fournier Street.

A shop front on Fournier Street.

An historic property in Spitalfields.
30/06/2021

An historic property in Spitalfields.

An historic property in Spitalfields.

The streets of Spitalfields. Wonderful.
30/06/2021

The streets of Spitalfields. Wonderful.

The streets of Spitalfields. Wonderful.

Soup is served.
30/06/2021

Soup is served.

Soup is served.

The Whitechapel Haymarket.
30/06/2021

The Whitechapel Haymarket.

The Whitechapel Haymarket.

Berwick Street Market in the 1890s.
30/06/2021

Berwick Street Market in the 1890s.

Berwick Street Market in the 1890s.

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Aldgate East Underground Station Exit 1 - Whitechapel High Street
London
E1 8FA

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The Jack the Ripper Tour that is led by published authors and experts on the case. Founded in 1982 by Blue Badge Guide and author Richard Jones, this is the original Aldgate East Jack the Ripper Walk that features genuine Victorian photographs that show the streets you are walking through as they were in 1888.

The tour is more than just a sightseeing tour, but rather it offers participants the opportunity to effectively became CSI’s in one of history’s greatest mysteries as they track the Whitechapel murderer through the very streets where the crimes occurred.

To enable you to fully get to grips with the facts and the theories, our guides are experts and top-notch researchers on the subject, who collectively have written more than ten books on the Jack the Ripper crimes and have been featured in virtually every documentary on the subject over the last twenty years.

However, the tour is presented in a dramatic and entertaining fashion - we like to call it informed entertainment - and all our guides are first-rate storytellers who are able to keep their audiences engaged, as they lay the facts and the history before you in a way that is not dull and boring.

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Me animé e hice un cuento de Jack el destripador!!!
Since some of the victims had internal organs and other body parts removed, do you guys think that whoever killed them (whether they be Jack the Ripper or someone else) may have been killing these women and selling their parts? Like Burke and Hare did in Edinburgh?
do you think jack the ripper was sexually incompetent?
Old mitre square map and second of the double murder night Rip Catherine eddowes
St. James Passage.
I believe Jack was one of two or more associates. Each killing had to be outdone by whos turn it was next. The reason why maybe a hate of prostitutes because one had been given a sexual disease. The killing of Mary Kelly could not be beaten. Then once the associates knew there was no better than Mary Kelly, they stopped.
The Frying Pan Pub taken on Lomochrome Purple Film.
I’ve really enjoyed Richard Jones videos of the murder sites (Then and Now). I haven’t been to the Nicholls or Stride sites and the videos are the best I’ve seen at showing the sites, as well as how they’ve changed.
I'm still working on my book, "The True story of Jack the Ripper or the Tragedy of one man"
Just got this bad boy in the other day and got it framed
Susie Taylor this is definitely for us!!!😊😊
The grave of the youngest victim (Age 25) ! Marie Jane Kelly, also known as Marie Jeanette Kelly, Fair Emma, Ginger, Dark Mary, and Black Mary.