At the Lyceum theater, the Jekyll & Hyde fascinates the Victorian bourgeoisie. In the East End districts, there’s a series of murders. Prostitutes are killed in the most gruesome fashion.
Bram Stoker, writer and stage manager of the Lyceum, sees these murders as the subject of the great novel which will make his name famous. As he visits the crime scenes, he meets Mary Kelly, an Irish prostitute, and the assassin which is soon to be nicknamed Jack the Ripper.