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Whitechapel Labyrinth

Mary Jane Kelly in the Whitechapel Labyrinth

It is 1888 in the foggy gas lit streets of London's Whitechapel and you can smell the fear in the air as a murderer is on the loose. Mary Jane Kelly updates you on the recent Whitechapel murders. See the most recent victim for yourself.

A Storm Approaches...

The Ripper strikes again! Quickly a storm is approaching and the dark streets are no longer safe, make your way out of the confusing labyrinth of narrow streets as quick as you can. NO really... hurry!

What you'll learn

  • Whether you have a good sense of direction.
  • Whether you can stay calm when there's panic on the streets?
  • Whether you'd really just prefer to go to the pub!

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“The Dungeon is conveniently located next to the London Eye and Thames River cruises. It is also a short walk along the South bank to the Globe Theatre and The Clink Prison tour. Our family loved the Dungeon experience. In the beginning it has a Disney Land feel as the queue is full of entertaining surprises and spooky music and sounds. But when the tour begins, the Dungeon blows any Disney experience out of the water. It includes several rides, a dozen live actors who interact with visitors, lots of bawdy jokes, and a little English history thrown in. The scary moments did not involve a lot of special effects, but that made them much more effective. You get so much for your money at the Dungeon, too, as the tour lasts over an hour and the actors are fabulous.”

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