The BBC revisits one of the most notorious unsolved crimes in British history.
Throughout the three part series will see police utilising the latest scientific technology to try and cast light on cold cases in the hope of revealing the true identity of the ripper.
The docuseries will be hosted by Professor David Wilson and Emilia Fox and will use photos from the original crime scenes alongside a virtual reality dissection table. The pair will be joined by top forensic experts to help them analyse the murders and uncover hidden secrets.
ENVY Senior Dubbing Mixer Matt Skilton said ”We used layered track and a range of sound effects to amplify the atmosphere & create an air of menace. As the documentary was shot in the busy east end of London it was essential to reduce the traffic & environmental noise so that it did not deter from the viewing experience.”
Jack The Ripper: The Case Reopened will air as part of a new true crime series on BBC One on Thursday 4th April at 9pm.
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