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Real Crimes: Jack the Ripper

Real Crimes: Jack the Ripper
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Real Crimes: Jack the Ripper puts you hot on the heels of one of the most notorious killers to have ever lived

Travel back to London, 1889 to help Scotland Yard's detectives solve the crime of the century. Visit famous London landmarks including Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace and Whitechapel Lane. Search hidden-object crime scenes to gather evidence and solve mini puzzles in your hunt for clues to identify the notorious murderer, Jack the Ripper.

The Ripper Case File

During the dark autumn nights of 1888 the streets of London's East End were terrorised by a string of horrific murders committed by a fiend who will forever be remembered as . . . .Jack the Ripper.

Between August 31st and November 9th Jack the Ripper brutally murdered 5 women on the streets of Whitechapel. Despite the best efforts of the Metropolitan Police and Inspector Frederick Abberline the killer was never found. After the last horrific murder, that of Mary Jane Kelly in November 1888 the attacks stopped and Jack the Ripper's murder 'hallmark' was never seen again.

In June, 1889 Sir Melville Macnaghten joins Scotland Yard as Assistant Chief Constable. With access to all the past police reports on the Ripper case, Macnaghten begins his own investigation into the murders. His investigation will uncover several new aspects which states that Jack the Ripper had only 5 victims, now know as the 'Canonical Five'.

Macnaghten enlists the help of new Forensic Science being pioneered by Sir Francis Galton to help with the investigations. Many of his techniques, such as finger printing and the first rudimentary blood type tests were previously shunned at the time of the murders. You must help Assistant Chief Constable Macnaghten uncover hidden clues and track down new suspects in the mysterious case of Jack the Ripper.


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