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Default Vincent van Ripper!!!!!!!!!

2 questions please:

1) Has the book Vincent Alias Jack ever been released?

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2) Having just seen the authors website and 'hidden' images has anyone, anywhere ever seen or heard of a more ludicrous, desperate, unbelievable, laughable and downright pathetic attempt at proposing a suspect? I'm still in shock! What next? I suspect that Jack was an alien. Or Montague John Druitt's pet Labrador, Keith. Or Abberline's wife. Or maybe they were suicides?
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2 questions please:

1) Has the book Vincent Alias Jack ever been released?

and

2) Having just seen the authors website and 'hidden' images has anyone, anywhere ever seen or heard of a more ludicrous, desperate, unbelievable, laughable and downright pathetic attempt at proposing a suspect? I'm still in shock! What next? I suspect that Jack was an alien. Or Montague John Druitt's pet Labrador, Keith. Or Abberline's wife. Or maybe they were suicides?
1. I believe not

2. Yeah maybe. Lewis Carroll springs to mind. Maybrick is up there as is Sickert.
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Default Surely the worst candidate ever?

At least Lewis Carroll, Walter Sickert and James Maybrick were in England at the time of the murders. Van Gogh was in Arles!

Although I'm not pro any suspect I recall the words 'amateurish fake,' being used with regard to the diary as soon as it appeared (a bit too quickly actually). So you'd think that after 26 years or so someone would have come up with that absolute, inarguable, killer fact to disprove it. Surely just unanswered doubts don't constitute a definite forgery. Of course it might be a forgery but I seem to recall the Hitler Diary being exposed conclusively in less than a year.

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Did van Gogh write the "Ear Jack" letter?
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No it was really written by Lechmere/Cross who was in a relationship with JK Stephen who he met a Freemasonic orgy that he went to with Charles Warren and Oscar Wilde. Please do your research.
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No it was really written by Lechmere/Cross who was in a relationship with JK Stephen who he met a Freemasonic orgy that he went to with Charles Warren and Oscar Wilde. Please do your research.
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