Annie Chapman — Remembering the Victims of the Whitechapel Killer

Annie Chapman is the second canonical victim of Jack the Ripper. Here’s her story.

Annie and John Chapman’s wedding photo.

Annie Chapman is the second canonical victim of Jack the Ripper. She was murdered in the early hours of September 8th, 1888 — a week after Mary Ann Nichols was found.

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