A selection of newspaper clippings that might prove useful.
York Herald – Saturday 10 November 1888
THE ENGLISH LAKES VISITOR AND KESWICK GUARDIAN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1888.
Dundee Courier – Monday 01 October 1888
Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette – Wednesday 03 October 1888
Bristol Mercury – Thursday 04 October 1888
Dundee Courier – Friday 05 October 1888
Western Mail – Friday 05 October 1888
This video on Youtube features some fantastic 3D reconstructions depicting Jack the Ripper’s crime scenes.
One scene, in particular, that caught my eye was the scene/photo we call MJK2 – the photo of Mary Kelly in situ in No13 Miller’s court.
A still from the video shows just how accurate the makers got to the original photo:
And when given a vintage/aged treatment and comparing the original side by side you can really begin to appreciate what a good job the video creators did.
Just a heads-up to let readers know that I’ve switched off comments site-wide because of the huge influx of pathetic spam this blog gets on a daily basis. None of it reaches the blog, it’s simply held for review until I get the chance to trash it. But can’t be bothered to trash the crap any more so comments are now set to off.
This is the link for the latest Mitre Square scene walk-thru.
This model (the WebGL version) keeps you grounded to the scene and stops you walking through buildings, unlike the Sketchfab Model.
The Sketchfab model is provided if you can’t access the WebGL (browser) version. Also, you can use the Sketchfab model to walk the scene in VR if you have a VR headset/setup.
Using the Sketchfab VR model means you will actually be standing and walking around Mitre Square as though you are there. It’s amazing!