E1 (Greater London) - Durward Street, Whitechapel (was Bucks Row)
The general area is supposedly haunted by the sounds of the victims of Jack the Ripper, thought only in Durward Street has an apparition been observed; the glowing woman lays in the gutter, the location where Mary Ann Nichols was discovered (the Ripper's first victim).
E1 (Greater London) - Hanbury Street
1930s, reputed to be more common in the autumn
Annie Chapman was murdered by Jack the Ripper at 29 Hanbury Street, and it was said that she haunted the area where she was killed, her phantom accompanied by a man. On one occasion during the 1930s, a witness could hear her murder, but could see nothing at the site. A phantom, headless body in the area is also said to be Annie. 29 Hanbury Street has since been demolished.
E1 (Greater London) - Mitre Square
Unknown, but said to occur late September
Killed by Jack the Ripper, Catherine's torn body is still occasionally seen laying in the gutter.
E1 (Greater London) - Ten Bells public house (was Jack the Ripper), Commercial Street
The landlord of this pub claimed that Annie Chapman's ghost had taken up residence within the walls. Strange winds were reported, as was mild poltergeist behaviour.
Westminster Bridge, London
SW1 (Greater London) - Westminster Bridge (over)
31 December, midnight (reoccurring) - 'Ripper' seen. Woman circa 1900s?
Just as a new year begins, a phantom man is said to throw himself off this bridge - many believe it to be the ghost of Jack the Ripper, taking his own life. Another story tells of a policeman who encountered a woman who pleaded with him to follow her. The policeman set off and was led to another woman in the act of throwing herself into the river. Having prevented her suicide, the policeman realised that the woman looked identical to the girl who had taken him to the spot, who had since vanished.
W1 (Greater London) - Miller's Court, Dorset Street (street no longer present)
Late nineteenth century
Mary's shade hung around the scene of her death for many months after Jack the Ripper attacked her; dressed in black, she would enter her house and gaze through the windows.
W1P (Greater London) - Berner Street
Late nineteenth century
For several months after Jack the Ripper had gone to work on poor Lizzie, her cries and screams could be heard close to where she died.