Travel back to 1888 and the distorted, dark streets … the cold, factory-driven silhouettes of London’s East End. Journey to a time before Piccadilly Circus was as brightly lit as Times Square; before the view of Westminster Abbey, The Parliament and This Big Ben were best seen from the top of Europe’s tallest Ferris Wheel … there was Whitechapel and the closing days of the 19th century. Tread cautiously as you are transported to the back-alley pathways where illicit activities were the norm and the city above flowed it’s murky essence into the forgotten underground – this is where Jack the Ripper roamed.