Elizabeth "Long Liz" Stride (27 November 1843 – 30 September 1888) born Elizabeth Gustafsdotter was a prostitute living in London during the 19th century, famous for being the third victim of the serial killer Jack the Ripper.
Born in the parish of Torslanda, west of Gothenburg, Sweden, Elizabeth turned to prostitution early on. By March 1865, Stride was registered by the Gothenburg police as a prostitute and was diagnosed twice for a sexually transmitted disease. Elizabeth also gave birth to a stillborn girl on 21 April 1865.
During the Master Assassin Evie Frye's investigation, the crime scene and the evidence of Assassin rings suggested that the real Elizabeth and Catherine escaped and her brother Jacob's initiates took their names as covers.