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Sutcliffe after his arrest in Sheffield, 1981
Sutcliffe after his arrest in Sheffield, 1981
Millgarth Police Station in Leeds city centre, where the Yorkshire Ripper police investigation was conducted.
Millgarth Police Station in Leeds city centre, where the Yorkshire Ripper police investigation was conducted.
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"With the Vigilance Committee in the East End: A Suspicious Character" from The Illustrated London News, 13 October 1888
"With the Vigilance Committee in the East End: A Suspicious Character" from The Illustrated London News, 13 October 1888
Women and children congregate in front of one of the Whitechapel common lodging-houses close to where Jack the Ripper murdered two of his victims
Women and children congregate in front of one of the Whitechapel common lodging-houses close to where Jack the Ripper murdered two of his victims
The sites of the first seven Whitechapel murders – Osborn Street (centre right), George Yard (centre left), Hanbury Street (top), Buck's Row (far righ
The sites of the first seven Whitechapel murders – Osborn Street (centre right), George Yard (centre left), Hanbury Street (top), Buck's Row (far right), Berner Street (bottom right), Mitre Square (bottom left), and Dorset Street (middle left)
29 Hanbury Street. The door through which Annie Chapman and her murderer walked to the yard where her body was discovered is beneath the numerals of t
29 Hanbury Street. The door through which Annie Chapman and her murderer walked to the yard where her body was discovered is beneath the numerals of the property sign.