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The songbird and the ungrateful sailor

In August 1888, just before the Whitechapel murder series began in earnest. Edward Muir was charged at Thames Police Court with stealing a songbird – an… 131 more words

Jacqueline the Ripper

You’re glass and I’m a hurricane,

with every kiss I’ll bring you pain.

I’d paint my love upon your neck

then walk away and take it back. 39 more words

JACK THE RIPPER ... In fiction

To write anything new or meaningful about the facts surrounding what is probably the world’s most celebrated – and baffling – unsolved murder mystery is virtually impossible. 1,015 more words


Who was grand master of the Free masons in the time of Jack the Ripper?

Zomaar een willekeurige vraag. Er hoeft helemaal geen verband te zijn. Niet tussen Jack, niets met wat bouwmannen en niet met het Koningshuis de Windsors.  308 more words


Strolling Through the London Dungeon

Located on the River Thames, just between the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament, you will find the County Hall building, which stretches almost half the length between the Westminster and Waterloo bridges. 503 more words


Dark London Nights

Fear and panic
sets old London alight,
as Jack the Ripper
walks through the city
in the dead of night,
seeking out his prey
ladies of the night, 13 more words



Whilst I did have a good time in London, I’ll admit that it’s not my kind of place. There’s plenty to do but unfortunately I didn’t find it as interesting as other places I’ve been to. 1,141 more words