Jack the Ripper: 29 Hanbury Street the murder scene of Jack's second victim Annie Chapman in the Whitechapel London on
Jack the Ripper: 29 Hanbury Street the murder scene of Jack's second victim Annie Chapman in the Whitechapel London on 8th September 1888. Her body was discovered by an elderly resident John Davies in the backyard of the building. Her body had been horrifically mutilated and coming just eight days after the murder of Mary Ann Nichols in nearby Bucks Row the first signs of genuine fear and panic spread through Whitechapel. Our Picture shows the exterior of 29 Hanbury Street in 1965 A1142a-005
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|Keywords||1960s,Buildings ,Crime,Hairdressers,Murder ,Murderer,N Brill,Streets|
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