London's most famous hotels, eg the Ritz, are mostly in the Mayfair District - particularly on Park Lane. Obviously there are cheaper hotels throughout the city.
The Penhew Foundation – Archaeological organisation founded by the late Sir Aubrey Penhew. Based at 35 Tottenham Court Road, according to business card found at the scene of Jackson Elias’ murder,
Sir Aubrey Penhew – Co-Leader of the ill fated Carlyle Expedition to Africa of 1919. Believed to have been murdered in Kenya. Founder of the London based Penhew Foundation. Owned several stately homes, including a large house in London.
Edward Gavigan – Current director of the Penhew Foundation, according to the Penhew Foundation business card found at the scene of Jackson’s murder.
Inspector James Barrington – Scotland Yard detective leading the investigation into the so called Egyptian Murders, mentioned in Jackson Elias’ scrawled London Notes.
Nethaniel Moore – London based researcher, close friend of Jackson Elias, may be in danger according to Miram Atwright of Harvard University.
The Scoop – Weekly London tabloid newspaper, mentioned in Jackson’s London Notes.
The London Notes of Jackson Elias – Crazy scrawled, handwritten notes written by Jackson Elias during his visit to London, shortly before his murder in New York.