London has a mystery still unsolved. You know about it, but don’t think about it. The sleuth in you will want to solve those unsolved crimes when enlightened.
Rags Daniels, an English author of thrillers, notes “In the early hours of the 31st August 1888 a man is walking to work down a dark lane in Whitechapel, he sees a shapeless bundle lying on the ground near some gates; curious he goes over to investigate.
His gruesome discovery of a murdered East End prostitute then started one of the most famous man hunts in the world.” That’s the hunt for who was Jack the Ripper, going from one unsolved murder after another.
It’s not the only reason to visit vibrant London. However, when you go, recommended by Londoners is that you take one of the many walking tours.
For visiting Ripperologist and Beatles followers, setup your tour before departing http://bit.ly/17qQ43G.
Well you’re in the East End of London stop at one of the pubs and have fish and chips http://bit.ly/17FpRxv. Another delightful experience is to cruise on the Thames and have dinner http://bit.ly/1gGOfqG.
You know how to get to London. While you’re there, it’s recommended by London taxi owner Danny Kemp, mystery author, to rent a taxi for the day and get a tour guide included.
Lastly, check out monthly events prior to traveling: http://bit.ly/17qPYch.