London: Private 3-Hour Jack The Ripper Walking Tour
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- Duration: 3 hours
Using old photographs and documents your guide will be able to help you imagine the people, the places, and the atmosphere of terror that raged in 1888. Join this tour and learn more about the murder mystery that shocked the world and still has everyone asking the question 'Who Did It?' If you’re an amateur ripperologist, part-time sleuth, and a lover of history spend 3 hours with a guide and experience this unique part of London. Take your tour in an iconic Black London tax to be able to see so much more than on a walking tour! You will also get a great tour of the East End of London, showing and telling you about some great sites and places. Your taxi tour will include: • Viewing the houses and streets that factor in the murder mystery • Visits to the Whitechapel murder sites • Learning more about all the suspects at the time, from Prince to pauper and others who came under suspici...
Take a walk through the dark and narrow streets of London's famous Victorian East End. Summon your courage and follow the footsteps of Jack Ripper to the scenes of his crimes. Piece together the sequence of events with your guide, who has been a local resident for many years. See the streets and buildings where his victims were murdered and found, which have hardly changed since 1888. Visit the pubs where his victims drank, as well as where they worked and lived. Try to uncover Jack the Ripper's identity by visiting the doorway where his only clue was discovered. Analyze evidence and police photos of the victims. Read a copy of the letter sent to a London news agency and learn the story of how he became known as "Jack the Ripper."
Relive the horrors of the Whitechapel Murders of 1888 on a 3-hour walking tour around East London. Follow in the footsteps of the infamous Jack the Ripper, visiting the sites of the 5 crimes that shocked the world. Your private guide will transport you back to the dark and chilling world of Whitechapel in the days of the Victorians, and describe how the notorious Jack has never been identified; perhaps until now! You will hear how London was rocked by the murders of at least 5 women during the autumn of 1888, and speculate on whether several other horrific killings during the period were carried out by the man voted, “The Worst Britain of All Time.” Walk the cobblestone streets of Aldgate and Whitechapel, looking for the pubs and churches that Jack’s unfortunate victims frequented. Creep down lonely alleys, safe in the knowledge that the monster is no longer lurking in the shadows. L...
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