Mary Jane Kelly, youngest victim of Jack the Ripper, sustained a murderous assault so horrific her lover could only identify her by her hair and eyes. She travelled from Ireland, to Wales and France. She lived in the West End of London, wore gowns of embroidered silk, and rode in fine carriages. Jack the Ripper ended her life in a squalid room, in the meanest street, in the most overcrowded, and deprived borough of London – Whitechapel. This is the Mary Kelly story.
- Publication Date
- Jan 8, 2017
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Billy Helston