The infant daughter of Jack the Ripper is witness to the brutal murder of her mother by her father. Fifteen years later she is a troubled young woman who is seemingly possessed by the spirit of her father. While in a trance she continues his murderous killing spree but has no recollection of the events afterwards. A sympathetic psychiatrist takes her in and is convinced he can cure her condition. Soon, however, he regrets his decision. Written by
Kevin Steinhauer <K.Steinhauer@BoM.GOV.AU>
The Hands of Jack the Ripper Live Again...As His Fiendish Daughter Kills Again...And Again...And Again...
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Did You Know?
In a conversation between Dr Pritchard and Dysart, they mention "Our Queen Victoria". The film is set 15 years after the Ripper murders, making it 1903, two years after Queen Victoria died. See more
Referenced in There's Nothing Out There
Agnus Dei (from Giuseppe Verdi 'Requiem')
[heard during the climactic 'Whispering Gallery' scene] See more