Matthew McFadden pictured filming Ripper Street in Ireland.
Ripper Street | This caused yellowing of the skin and hair loss and phossy jaw, a form of bone cancer. The whole side of the face turned green and then black, discharging foul-smelling pus and finally death. Although phosphorous was banned in Sweden and the USA, the British government had refused to follow their example, arguing that it would be a restraint of free trade.
Most of them begin at Whitechapel Tube station, before going to the site where the body of prostitute Polly Nichols, the Ripper's first victim, was found, in Durward Steret.
Hormone fluctuations during the menstrual cycle are just the beginning. A hormone imbalance could reveal itself through hair loss, hunger, and more.
Newspaper article about 'Jack the Ripper', from 1888.."IS HE THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERER?" The Illustrated Police News etc (London, England), Saturday, September 22, 1888; Issue 1284
Ripper Street | Joseph Merrick - The real Elephant Man. John Merrick: British medical journal, v. 2, London, 1886.