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This magnificent former fortress was built by William the Conqueror both to impress and to intimidate Londoners back in the 11th century. Over the course of a millennium, the Tower has served as a royal palace, mint, observatory, armoury, zoo and, of course, as a notorious prison.
When fear stalked the streets of London... The Victorian police were completely unprepared for a serial killer who took away body parts and posted them, accompanied by gloating letters.
Follow in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson as they pit themselves against the Victorian underworld.
Spitafields and Brick Lane... The East End has always been a poor cousin of the City of London. Over the centuries it has hosted waves of immigrants in search of a better life. All have left their imprint on the area, bringing new trades from silk-weaving and the rag trade to curry houses and jewellery shops.
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