Jack The Ripper ‘IS HE THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERER?’ The Illustrated Police News etc (London, England), Saturday, September 22, 1888 - Issue 1284.

Jack The Ripper ‘IS HE THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERER?’ The Illustrated Police News etc (London, England), Saturday, September 22, 1888 - Issue 1284.

'The Whitechapel monster' from the Illustrated Police News - The British Library

'The Whitechapel monster' from the Illustrated Police News - The British Library

Victorian Police News | Crimes reported in the Illustrated Police News, June 25th 1870 Death Through Tight Lacing, Baby Farming, Duel, Mad Bullock

Victorian Police News | Crimes reported in the Illustrated Police News, June 25th 1870 Death Through Tight Lacing, Baby Farming, Duel, Mad Bullock

Jack the Ripper: Details of the Whitechapel Murders; from Police News, 22 September 1888.

Jack the Ripper: Details of the Whitechapel Murders; from Police News, 22 September 1888.

Victorian Britain's most-wanted man: Incredible life of crime of Charles Peace who killed his neighbour, a police officer and was the scourge of homeowners across the country

Illustration: The Phrenological Head of Charles Peace, the Burglar Illustrated Police News, 22 February 1879

Murder, self-crucifixion & suicide by guillotine: Old-school paper ‘The Illustrated Police News’ | Dangerous Minds

Murder, self-crucifixion & suicide by guillotine: Old-school paper ‘The Illustrated Police News’ | Dangerous Minds

Victorian women find a peeping Tom in the women's bath. This is the way to deal with him, ladies! From The Illustrated Police News.

Victorian women find a peeping Tom in the women's bath. This is the way to deal with him, ladies! From The Illustrated Police News.

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