In 19th century London, the largest, richest and most prosperous capital city of the time laid a deprived quarter, an ugly underbelly, a ces pool for crime and disorder. The east end of London, the white chapel area in particular, was considered to be a wart on the face of a blooming city and life for its 250,000 inhabitants was hopeless. The 15,000 homeless shared the cold and cobbled streets with mounds of human excrement and disease ridden vermin. Work was scarce for all, especially for the women living in these slums, many of whom had no option but to turn to prostitution and crime.
This was an underworld that the rest of the population preferred not to think about, until a spree of sickening, sadistic and outright grisly murders swept through the streets of white chapel, striking fear into every soul in the city. However, despite more than 130 years passing since these crimes took place, the identity of this illusive killer is still uncertain to this day.
However, in April 2019 this cold case was reopened and using modern techniques and technology to examine the crime scene photographs and reports from the time, detectives and criminologists believe that they may have stumbled upon factors which up until now have not yet been analysed.
This video aims to provide a summery of their findings and will conclude by unveiling the most likely candidate for the position of the most infamous serial killer to have ever lived, Jack The Ripper.
►The Grisly Murders Of Jack The Ripper – The Re-Investigation | 2020 Documentary
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