We’re back for part 3 of this miniseries, so buckle up for a hair-raising, spine-chilling ride as the most famous serial killer of all time claims his second canonical victim… and for the first time, claims his name – Jack The Ripper. We’ll learn about Annie Chapman and tell her story, as we try to piece together the events of the Autumn of Terror. It’s not for the faint-hearted.
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