Meet the Guides
With any tour, the guides will make or break it. That’s why we only use the best. Our guides have many years of experience, expertise and guiding abilities. They will ensure you have a gruesomely fun time on tour! So when you walk with us, you walk with the best.
An award-winning historian, author and lecturer; Neil is the best selling author of over 50 books, including East End murders, Jack the Ripper A Grim Almanac and the hugely successful Jack the Ripper: The Dracula Secrets published in 2012 in which he undertook an in-depth investigation into the sources used by Bram Stoker during the writing of his seminal masterpiece. Gaining unprecedented access to the unique archives and uncovering a never before seen photograph of a very likely Police suspect, Storey shed new light on links between Stoker’s creation and the most infamous serial killer of all time.
Greg has been an avid fan of the Jack the Ripper case since his early teens, but has always been more concerned with the early part of the 19th century and the advent of the Napoleonic Wars. However, after studying History and then training as an actor, Greg discovered that the way to combine the best of both worlds was to sign himself up as a historical tour guide, and now he is engaged with all of the 1800s from beginning to end! Within ripper circles he is best known for his extensive knowledge of the history of the Metropolitan Police Service, its methods, uniform and equipment from its inception in 1829, something he reflects in the way dresses for work.
Historian John Chambers has been a student of British history ever since he picked up a Horrible Histories book when he was six years old but has had an avid interest in the subject from his father who has been instrumental in his studies. John’s specialist interest includes Georgian London, Crime and Punishment from 1200-1900, including the infamous Whitechapel Murders of 1888. John has appeared/worked at The London Dungeon, The Clink Prison and Big Bus Tours to name but a few. John also has been researching The Crimes of Jack the Ripper for nearly 20 years and has been an expert guide for 7 years.
For as long as he can remember, Mick has always had a deep interest in true crime, serial killers and all things bizarre. From Richard Ramirez to the Zodiac Killer and of course Jack the Ripper, Mick has a hugely in-depth knowledge of his subject and is regarded as one of the leading experts on the Jack the Ripper mystery – he has consulted on several crime documentaries and donated dozens of articles for UK crime magazines. Mick is the true enthusiast, always using the solid facts surrounding the case and avoiding wild conspiracy theories and speculation! An avid researcher, he is one of the most highly sought-after tour guides in London.