Today is the 130th anniversary of the ‘double event’ murder of Jack the Ripper.

On 30 September 1888, at 1am, the body of Elizabeth Stride is found in Berner Street.

Forty-five minutes later, at 1.45am, the body of Catherine Eddows is discovered in Mitre Square in the City of London.

Ripperologist TREVOR BOND tells us all about it in the exclusive Spooky Isles video.

Catherine Eddow's Burial

Jack the Ripper victim’s Catherine Eddow’s Grave

Upcoming 130th Anniversary Jack the Ripper Tours with Spooky Isles

Ghosts of Jack the Ripper PUB CRAWL

Saturday, Oct 6, 2018, 5:00 PM

aldgate east station, exit 4
Whitechapel Street E1 7PT, GB

3 Spooky Londoners Attending

This three-hour tour will explore the story of Jack the Ripper as never before. Join us as we venture through atmospheric and historic East End pubs (with several rehydration stops) to mark the 130th anniversary of the ‘Autumn of Terror’. Our guide will be noted ripperologist and author Chronicle’s Trevor N. Bond, who will look at the various super…

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The Jack the Ripper 130th Anniversary Walking Tour

Friday, Nov 9, 2018, 6:30 PM

Hotel ibis London City
5 Commercial St, E1 6BF London, GB

1 Spooky Londoners Attending

On the 130th anniversary of the final ‘Jack the Ripper’ murder (Mary Kelly), join us for Spooky Isles’ special revealling walk through Whitechapel and Spitalfields. Our guide – Chronicle’s Trevor N. Bond – will examine the ‘Autumn of Terror’ though the lives of the people involved. Trevor says the tour is not so much ‘reclaim the streets’ but a ‘re…

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Who is Trevor N. Bond?

Born in South London to an East End family, Trevor N. Bond has long held a deep fascination for social and criminal history, and a particular interest in the Victorian period. He is a author, speaker and tour guide on Victorian crime. For details of tours currently offered by Chronicles: Trevor N. Bond – including topics such as William Shakespeare, rebellions and insurrections, the history of the City of London’s eastern fringe, and the bloody and supernatural history of areas such as Westminster and Covent Garden – or if you are interested in booking Trevor for a talk or lecture, visit

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