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The mystery of Jack the Ripper and the murders he committed in London’s East End in the late 19th century has horrified and fascinated spectators for over a century. In one of the first recognized mass murderers, he terrorized some of London’s poorest and most vulnerable residents and brutally killed a series of women before seeming to disappear. Police investigative practices were in their infancy at the time, and without sophisticated tools, London’s forces of order were unable to catch the criminal. More than 100 years later, his true identity is still unknown, and the hunt for Jack the Ripper has consumed many an armchair sleuth.

By listening to this audiobook, you, too, will be able to take part in a now-historic search for a murderer who has never been brought to justice. Step back in time to 1888 and try to discover, if you can, the man who was Jack the Ripper.

Listen to hear more about this extraordinary chapter of history.

©2017 Brendan Gallagher (P)2018 Brendan Gallagher

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Disappointing

This is ok if you want a brief overview of the case . For anyone who knows the case well this is not worth listening to.