London's East End, in 1800s, was a much-visited place, but it was known for its squalor. It was a very controversial period, mainly because of Jack the Ripper: one of the greatest mysteries in London and the whole World.
Jack the Ripper killed 5 women and 15 suspected women from August 7 and September 10 1888.He killed the victims in a very brutal way, and they were all prostitutes.
The plot is: Inspector Lestrade decides to show up at 221 B Baker Street to hire the famouse detective Sherlock Holmes.
Various theories have been produced about the identity of Jack the Ripper in recent decades, which include claims accusing the famous The Victorian painter Walter Sickert, a Polish migrant and even a grandson of Queen Victoria.
In 1888, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was called by Scotland Yard to investigate the crimes.He wrote his insights and conjecture about the identity of Jack the Ripper.
I think he probably had problems with women and frustation issues.He will probably have disappeared so as not to be discovered.
In my opinion, the culprit could be the painter Walter Sickert, he could know the anatomy, it is useful for painter, and painters are often crazy people.