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Old 08-23-2017, 06:56 AM
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I don't think Kelly's bed needed to be moved; or not by much, if at all. It seems likely that the camera was rested on something, maybe that rolled-up blanket towards the end of the bed, aligned in the right direction, and the photo taken "remotely" so to speak.
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Old 08-25-2017, 10:38 AM
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Jesus, that poor woman.
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I don't think an axe is necessary. Apparently, just a knife is needed. Although I have trouble slicing a roast - probably has more to do with my cooking. Anyway the below link shows the correct use of a knife in butchery. Quite horribly similar with the wounds inflicted on Mary Kelly.
https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...don s&f=false
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I don't think Kelly's bed needed to be moved; or not by much, if at all. It seems likely that the camera was rested on something, maybe that rolled-up blanket towards the end of the bed, aligned in the right direction, and the photo taken "remotely" so to speak.
right behind those covers is where i have the camera too, however wondering, why one photo is wide lens and the other, uh, isn,t? i was thinking he may have had two cameras, one being a more portable variety and easier to place between the wall and bed cover.
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right behind those covers is where i have the camera too, however wondering, why one photo is wide lens and the other, uh, isn,t? i was thinking he may have had two cameras, one being a more portable variety and easier to place between the wall and bed cover.
Possibly, although I can't rule out the possibility that MJK3 was cropped.
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