Following are some images relating to the murder and/or the site.
Annie Chapman & her husband.
The only photo of a Ripper victim alive.
Her mortuary photograph
Annie Chapman - Before & After Death
As pictured in the Police Illustrated News
Her Death Certificate.
I believe this is one of (if not the) first cases that
'Murder against person or persons unknown'
was entered on a death certificate.
Map of Victorian London showing areas of poverty / wealth.
Hanbury Street - No longer exists.
A few Victorian number 29's.
I might use one of these as an element in the prints.
Some of Jack's letters - most are proved fakes...
Note the red ink - one letter suggests he'd kept some victim's blood to write with but had congealed before he got to use it, therefore red ink must suffice.
I love the old Victorian script handwriting, especially the spidery ones. Maybe use red scrawled words, taken from the reports / letters / post mortem etc.
Black Annie's wounds were extensive. Her neck had been slit right down to the spine. Her uterus had been completely removed (with an intact cervix - a total hysterectomy) along with the back portion of her bladder. These were never found. Her intestines had been severed at one end and placed in a pile over her right shoulder. Her body was laid out with her head near the back step of number 29.
Definitely lots to work from. Pretty gruesome though. I wonder if the exhibition space is directly on top of the murder site or whether that's covered by another part of the building...?