March 17, 2006

Document 1 : The story

Posted in Documents at 11:18 am by soazig


This document deals with the horror of Jack the Ripper. The story begins in the streets of East End of London, in the Whitechapel area. His first murder took place in Bucks Row on 31st August 1888 and he killed Mary Ann Nichols or “Polly”, her nickname.

Then, it was Annie Chapman turn. Her mutilated body was found in Hanbury Street on 8th September 1888, one week after the first murder. The police had perhaps a suspect because a witness saw the victim with a stranger man before the murder.
Jack the Ripper reappeared two weeks later, on 30th September 1888. During this night, he killed more brutally than ever done. Elizabeth Stride was discovered in Duffield’s Yard and 10 minutes on foot from this place, there were Catherine Eddowes too. Their corpses was found slaughtered with lots of violence and one of them was discovered “cut from ear to ear”.

Finally, his last murder was the most bloody, the most horrible. After one and a half month without other murders, Jack the Ripper struck again for a fifth and final time in Miller’s Court on 9th November 1888. The victim was a pretty 25 years old girl, Mary Jane Kelly.

This final murder left the mark and the fear of Jack the Ripper for many years. Lots of theories and arguments put forward to discover the real identity of Jack the Ripper.





  1. Ammar said,

    I am very intersting in (GTR) story.


  2. Ammar said,

    there is something similar in Egypt it is about two bad lady’s ((Raia, sukaina)) they were very clever serial killers they had killed 17 woman and they hanged to death on the year 1920.

  3. Lori stride said,

    Researching our family history we found one of the first victims of Jack the ripper was a woman named Stride. Do you have any information on that ? we also saw a documentary on discovery that said the same thing.

    thank you
    Lorianna Stride

  4. nuty said,

    i love jack he is my roal model
    im not nuts but he is my hero although he killed but it was a proffassional murder
    but he knew how to escape for the police

  5. I Love Poppie Mae Read

    Love From Jack The Ripper


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