The famous Ten Bells in Spitalfields

If there is one pub that, more than any other, is synonymous with the Jack the Ripper case, this pub is it! Dating from the mid-18th century, the pub’s landlord in 1888 was John Waldron, and several victims of Jack the Ripper were reputedly amongst his regular clientele. Tradition holds that it was Mary Kelly’s local, and there are unsubstantiated claims that patrons of the pub sent flowers for her funeral.

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