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Jack the Ripper’s third and fourth victims

September 30, 1888 London, England Jack the Ripper victims numbers 3 and 4, Elizabeth "Long Liz" Stride and Catherine Eddowes are killed Stride was found with blood still flowing from her neck wound, and her attack may have been interrupted by the man who discovered her body. Stride was found at approximately 1 am; between… Continue reading Jack the Ripper’s third and fourth victims

England · Newspaper clippings · Serial Killers

Jack the Ripper’s second victim

September 8, 1888 Spitalfields, London, England Annie Chapman becomes Jack the Ripper's second victim Chapman had been married to a man named John. The pair had 3 children, though by the time the couple separated one had died of meningitis shortly after turning 12, one was traveling with a circus, and one who had been… Continue reading Jack the Ripper’s second victim

England · Newspaper clippings

Jack the Ripper’s first victim

August 31, 1888 Whitechapel, London, England Mary Ann Nichols becomes Jack the Ripper's first victim Nichols was a prostitute by trade. She was denied a room in a boarding house because she lacked the funds to rent it and stated she would earn the money quickly because of a new bonnet she had purchased. Approximately… Continue reading Jack the Ripper’s first victim