The body of Annie Chapman, the Ripper's second victim, was found in the backyard of number 29 Hanbury Street at 6 am.
Chapman's body was discovered at about 6 a.m. on Saturday 8 September 1888 near a doorway in the back yard of 29 Hanbury Street, Spitalfields.
The throat was severed by two cuts. The abdomen was slashed entirely open, and it was later discovered that the uterus had been removed.
The left arm was placed acrodd the left breast. The legs were drawn up, the feet resting on the ground, and the knees turned outwards.
The killer had deftly cut out Annie Chapman's womb and had gone off with it.
Her fingers bore the mark of a ring, which was presumed lost or stolen.
But was the woman butchered by the Ripper truly Annie Chapman?
Evie's investigation on the site of the murder suggests that the real Annie may have died of natural causes due to weak health, or killed herself out of depression, and been replaced by one of Jacob's initiates in order to infiltrate Lady Owers' operations and spy on 'The Ripper'.