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Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper Game Guide & Walkthrough

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Baker Street, 9th November 1888 Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper Guide

Last update: Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Sherlock knows who is Jack the Ripper. He want be sure so you will have to look at the General Deduction Boads. Click on the board to zoom it. As always you have to choose correct answers (they will be marked with green). This time will have to complete 5 boards.

General Deductions 1/5 - Baker Street, 9th November 1888 - Walkthrough - Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper - Game Guide and Walkthrough

General Deductions 1/5:

Conclusion I: Jack the Ripper was distracting their victim's before the crime (version 2).

Conclusion II: The murderer from Whitechapel is doing the same(version 1).

Conclusion III: This is the same man that have killed P. Nichols i A. Chapman (version 2).

Conclusion IV: This is the same man that have killed L. Stride i K. Eddowes (version 1).

Conclusion V: Jack the Ripper is very strong (version 1).

Conclusion VI: Jack the Ripper killed have killed P. Nichols, A. Chapman, L. Stride, K. Eddowes i M. J. Kelly (version 3).

General Deductions 2/5 - Baker Street, 9th November 1888 - Walkthrough - Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper - Game Guide and Walkthrough

General Deductions 2/5:

Conclusion I: The murderer from Whitechapel is (or was) a butcher (option 3).

General Deductions 3/5 - Baker Street, 9th November 1888 - Walkthrough - Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper - Game Guide and Walkthrough

General Deductions 3/5:

Conclusion I: The murder was looking for ill victims (version 2).

Conclusion II: Jack the Ripper was removing organs from the bodies when he was able to do this (version 2).

General Deductions 4/5 - Baker Street, 9th November 1888 - Walkthrough - Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper - Game Guide and Walkthrough

General Deductions 4/5:

Conclusion I: The murderer was looking for some valuable items (version 1).

Conclusion I: The murderer from Whitechapel is poor (version 1).

Conclusion III: Jack the Ripper is right-handed (version 3).

General Deductions 5/5 - Baker Street, 9th November 1888 - Walkthrough - Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper - Game Guide and Walkthrough

General Deductions 5/5:

Conclusion I: Jack the Ripper is connected with the Jewish community (version2).

Conclusion II: Jack the Ripper wanted to deform the bodies of his victim. They should look like a children infected with syphilis (version1).

Conclusion III: Jack the Ripper was infected with syphilis (version 3).

Now you have to decide who is Jack the Ripper - Baker Street, 9th November 1888 - Walkthrough - Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack the Ripper - Game Guide and Walkthrough

Now you have to decide who is Jack the Ripper. Click on the board to zoom it. Now you have to match conclusions with the name. The first one is done for you:

1. Jack the Ripper is right-handed- all.

2. Jack the Ripper was infected with syphilis - James Hardiman, Jacob Levy.

3. The murderer from Whitechapel is poor - James Hardiman, Jacob Levy, Abraham Solomonovitch.

4. The murderer from Whitechapel is (or was) a butcher - James Hardiman, Jacob Levy, Abraham Solomonovitch.

5. Jack the Ripper is connected with the Jewish community - Jacob Levy, Abraham Solomonovitch.

6. Jack the Ripper is very strong - doctor Francis Tumblety, Jacob Levy.

7. The murderer is wearing some worker's clothes - James Hardiman, Jacob Levy.

8. Jack the Ripper lives in the Aldgate district - Jacob Levy.

9. The murderer is 5.3 feet heigh - Jacob Levy.

10. The murderer is blond - Jacob Levy.

When you will make a good conclusion it will be marked with green. Now you have to move the portrait of the killer to the appropriate place.

In the final scene you have to come to the Levy's house. And that will be the end of your adventure in this history.

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