Author Patricia Cornwall assembled a team of experts to locate the missing remains of Jack the Ripper’s final official victim, Mary Jane Kelly. The team, credited with the 2012 finding of the remains of King Richard III, admitted that they were confident they had found the cemetery, but they were unable to pinpoint a precise location. Kelly may have been buried in a communal grave site, the likes of which may have been moved over time. Any official exhumation, therefore, would potentially disturb hundreds of burial locations. Jack the Ripper’s five official killings occurred between August and November of 1888 in the Whitechapel district of London in England’s Victorian era.