The Case of the Whitechapel Vampire (2002)

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The setting is London, 1892, in the district of Whitechapel, notorious for being the neighborhood where Jack the Ripper went on his killing spree only two years earlier. The Anglican monks and nuns of the Hermitage of St. Justinian the Martyr have aided the poor slum dwellers of Whitechapel for years. Then, shortly before Christmas, one of the monks is found dead in the abbey church, the apparent victim of a vampire. Brother Marstoke, head of Hermitage, turns to Sherlock Holmes to solve the murder...

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