CID officers investigating a series of murders in London, commonly known as the Hammersmith Nude Murders, receive briefing from senior police officers at Shepherds Bush Police Station February 1965.
JACK the stripper was the nickname given to an unknown serial killer responsible for what came to be known as the London 'nude murders' between 1964 and 1965, also known as the 'Hammersmith murders'.
He murdered six, possibly eight prostitutes, and dumped their bodies in the Thames, including Hannah Tailford, 30, who was found strangled by Hammersmith Bridge.
Paul Quinn, pictured in Shepherd's Bush, was the boyfriend of another victim, Frances Brown, 21, who was found dead in Kensington.
Extra detectives, pictured here outside Shepherd's Bush Police Station, were drafted in to try and catch the killer. They arrested labourer Kenneth Archibald, 54, but he was cleared of the murder of another of the victims, Irene Lockwood, 26, also discovered in Hammersmith.
More than 7,000 people were quizzed by detectives but the killer was never found.