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Victorian Serial Killer comes back to London this Halloween 


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This Halloween weekend Jack's back – Jack the Ripper will be taking up residence in the Jack the Ripper Museum - are you brave enough to come and meet him?

For one weekend only, museum visitors can meet Jack the Ripper.  Dare you have a selfie with him in his sitting room where he planned his horrific murders?  Or how about a picture with Jack in Mitre Square together with the body of Catherine Eddowes?  Are you brave enough to meet him in Mary Jane Kelly's bedroom - the scene of the most horrific of all Jack the Ripper's murders.  Just be careful not to meet Jack in the basement morgue!

One place you won't find Jack is in the Lehman Street Police Station, home of Whitechapel Division H and the epicentre of the investigation in 1888.  Here you can see Inspector Aberlline, lead detective on the case as well as some of the most important Ripper items such as the infamous 'From Hell" and "Dear Boss" letters!   

The Jack the Ripper Museum is at 12 Cable Street, Whitechapel and offers visitors a fully immersive experience where you can see, touch, smell and feel Jack the Ripper’s London. Housed in an historic Victorian house, visitors step straight into the world of Jack the Ripper and experience his crimes through the eyes of the women who were his victims.  It’s educational, fun and very scary.  

Dare you visit the Jack the Ripper Museum this Halloween?

Jack the Ripper will be in residence at The Jack the Ripper Museum on Saturday, 31st October 10:30am to 6:30pm and Sunday, 1st November 10:30am to 6:30pm 

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About The Jack the Ripper Museum:
 
The Jack the Ripper Museum at 12 Cable Street, Whitechapel, offers visitors a fully immersive experience where you can see, touch, smell and feel Jack the Ripper’s London.  Housed in an historic Victorian house, visitors step straight into the world of Jack the Ripper and experience his crimes through the eyes of the women who were his victims.  It’s educational, fun and scary! 
 
The Jack the Ripper Museum is the first in the world to offer an in depth examination of the crimes of Jack the Ripper using original and unique artefacts from the period as well as waxwork recreations of key crime scenes  and incredible sets such as Jack the Ripper’s parlour and Mary Jane Kelly’s bedroom. 
 
A five minute walk from the Tower of London, the museum is unique in telling the world’s greatest crime mystery from a totally new perspective - through the lives and deaths of the women who were the Ripper’s victims.  
 
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of Victorian London. Shudder as you stand in the recreation of the murder in Mitre Square, imagine what it must have been like to have been Jack planning his next gruesome murder as you recline in his sitting room, perch on Mary Jane Kelly's straw mattress in her bedroom, and feel a spine-tingling sensation as you look upon the Victorian autopsy table in the Whitechapel Morgue - knowing that hundreds of autopsies of men, women and children were performed on it. 
 
Another exciting space exploring The Ripper’s heinous crimes, is the recreation of the Lehman Street Police Station, complete with a forensic crime scene board laying out all the evidence against the suspects together with the victim’s crime scenes.  Pride of place goes to the actual whistle P. C. Watkins blew to call for help when he found Catherine Eddowe's mutilated body in Mitre Square.  You will also see P.C. Watkins’ notebook, handcuffs and the truncheon he was carrying that day – these are the most significant Ripper related items outside The Metropolitan Police's Crime Museum.  The Metropolitan Police Crime museum is not open to the public.
 
The Jack the Ripper Museum is open every day from 09.30-18.30  
 
www.jacktherippermuseum.com
 

 
 For more details, interviews and tours for The Jack the Ripper Museum – please contact:
07702658801                      joshua@joshuawalkerpr.com
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