Victorian Police News | Crimes reported in the Illustrated Police News, June 25th 1870 Death Through Tight Lacing, Baby Farming, Duel, Mad Bullock

The Illustrated Police News - June Death through Tight Lacing! Baby Farming at Brixton! Extraordinary Duel With Broad Swords! Chase After A Mad Bullock!

'The Whitechapel monster' from the Illustrated Police News - The British Library

Explore 'The Whitechapel monster' from the Illustrated Police News, an illustrated newspaper on the British Library's Discovering Literature website.

Jack The Ripper ‘IS HE THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERER?’ The Illustrated Police News etc (London, England), Saturday, September 22, 1888 - Issue 1284.

1888 Newspaper report on the ‘Whitechapel murderer’ aka Jack the Ripper. The Illustrated Police News, 1888

Spring Heeled Jack on cover of Illustrated Police News

A depiction of the legendary "Spring-Heeled Jack" from The Illustrated Police News, a weekly illustrated British newspaper founded in 1863 that aggregated sensational and melodramatic reports and illustrations of murders in the UK and around the world.

'Two more Whitechapel murders' The Illustrated Police News. Published: 6 October 1888, London.

Explore 'Two more Whitechapel murders from the Illustrated Police News', a newspaper illustration on the British Library's Discovering Literature website.

Another tribute to the amazing Ladies of the Illustrated Police News.

Back in February, I did a post showcasing those fearless, irrepressible Ladies of the Illustrated Police News.

Phrenological Head of Charles Peace, The Illustrated Police News, 1879

Victorian Britain's most-wanted man: Incredible life of crime of Charles Peace who killed his neighbour, a police officer and was the scourge of homeowners across the country

Illustration: The Phrenological Head of Charles Peace, the Burglar Illustrated Police News, 22 February 1879

'The London Murder Scare' from the Illustrated Police News - The British Library

View 'The London Murder Scare from the Illustrated Police News', on the British Library's Discovering Literature website.

"A Monkey's Diversion", Illustrated Police News  - Drunken Monkey Smashes Up Bar

The drunken monkey that smashed up a bar

"A Monkey's Diversion", Illustrated Police News - Drunken Monkey Smashes Up Bar

Illustrated Police News 1888 - Annie Chapman Murder

Annie Chapman is believed to be the second victim of Jack the Ripper. A prostitute living in London's East End, she was murdered September

Jack the Ripper: Details of the Whitechapel Murders; from Police News, 22 September 1888.

Jack the Ripper: Details of the Whitechapel Murders; from Police News, 22 September - Licences available from

Jack the Ripper: Two more Whitechapel horrors - when will the murderer be captured?; from Police News, 1888.

Jack the Ripper: Two more Whitechapel horrors - when will the murderer be captured? from Police News,

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