Amy Jo Halliday as Mrs. Ratkin
The reporter sent to cover the story, only to discover that it may be linked to his own past.
A prostitute who falls in love with Chester, until she starts to suspect him of the crimes.
The magician and proprietor of the PennyWise Music Hall, where the prostitutes work and much of the action takes place.
JOHN PIZER (a.k.a. WILLY RATKIN)
A patron hiding incognito at the PennyWise for a crime he knows he didn’t commit, who soon becomes a suspect in the killings
The star performer who longs for legitimacy, both on stage, and with her lover, Eddie, the bartender
The bartender who loves Kate but has eyes for every woman in the East End.
The woman who would rather blackmail Eddie than have him end up with Kate.
Chester’s sister, who has been missing since a fateful trip on a train to Glasgow a year earlier.
Head of the Whitechapel district who turns a blind eye to the killings to avoid his own embarrassment.
And a host of tradesmen, bobbies, prostitutes, reporters and patrons of the PennyWise.
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