A group of college friends meeting at a pub in East London encounters a strange guest, Jack the Ripper
It happened by chance strictly, one mid=evening in September that year, that a group of old college friends had gathered in a small pub in London's east end. They had not seen one another for at least two years, and their re-union was a celebration of those old days. They ordered their favorite beer and shared moments from their respective lives with each other. After sharing events from their respective careers, they agreed unanimously that everyone of them had been successful since their graduation.
The first to speak was the host, Philip Redmond, who was an acclaimed physician. He spoke proudly of his record of successful surgeries. He was followed shortly by Harold Williamson, who was an official at the Bank of London. The other partakers were Edward Aimes, Robert Roseman and Sydney Thorne. These three were business men at sundry firms in th