Jack the Ripper’s London Lesson Plan


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Lesson Snapshot:

Charles Cross walked through Whitechapel just before four in the morning in August 1888. The street was dark and looked deserted. It was chilly and damp, typical for London in the summer. He saw something that looked like tarpaulin lying on the ground before the entrance to a stable. He walked closer, and saw  a woman lying on her back, skirts lifted almost to her waist. He saw another man walking the same way. “Come and look over here,” he asked the man, assuming that the woman was drunk or a victim of an assault. They tried to help her in the darkened street, neither saw the awful wounds that had nearly decapitated her. They fixed her skirt for modesty’s sake and went to look for a policeman.

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  • Aimed at Students studying across UK Year 7,8 & 9 or equivalent
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