The popular name given to the unidentified serial killer who operated in the Whitechapel district of London in 1888.
A prominent 19th century English physician
One of Jack the Ripper's victims, she was the fifth and final woman to be murdered.
One of the Inspectors in the Jack the Ripper case
An English carriage driver best known for his alleged involvement in the Jack the Ripper murders
An English Impressionist painter
A British spiritualist and "medium", now best known for his association with the Jack the Ripper case
One of the inspectors in the Jack the Ripper Case
A member of the English royal family, a grandson of Queen Victoria
A British Army Officer, and Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis during the Jack the Ripper murders
Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for over half of the 19th century, and Empress of India
The wife of William Gull
One of Jack the Ripper's victims, she was the third murdered and first on the night of the so-called "double event"
The Coroner who conducted the inquests into most of the Whitechapel Murders
An English doctor, son-in-law of Sir William Gull, and Physician-In-Ordinary to Queen Victoria
One of Jack the Ripper's victims, she was the second to be murdered
A police official involved in the investigation into the Jack the Ripper murders
One of the suspects in the Jack the Ripper case, and the one-time lover of victim Mary Kelly
Wife of Frederick Abberline
Aleister Crowley was an English occultist, poet, novelist, and the founder of the religious philosophy of Thelema. He was infamously known as "the wickedest man in the world", and is thought of as the most influential occultist of all time. Crowley has been frequently portrayed in various forms of fiction.
One of the suspects in the Jack the Ripper case
A shopgirl rumoured to be involved in the Jack the Ripper murders.
The alleged illegitimate daughter of Prince Albert Victor
The daughter of William Gull and Susan Ann Lacey, as well as wife of Dr Theodore Dyke Acland
An English man with deformities exhibited as a curiosity or a freak in the late 19th century
One of Jack the Ripper's victims, she was the first to be murdered
One of the investigators in the Jack the Ripper case
One of Jack the Ripper's victims, she was the fourth murdered and second on the night of the so-called "double event"
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