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Old 04-10-2018, 06:51 AM
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Default Whitehall Vault

For those of you that don't frequent the JTR forums, I copied this over to illustrate the difficulty in getting the Whitehall torso into the particular vault it ended up in. The same vault the workers stored their tools in every night.

Here is the original thread. http://www.jtrforums.com/showthread....hitehall+vault


Please note: In my first post on that thread my red arrow is in the wrong location for the body. I corrected with a more detailed map (the one I have a link to below) later on in the thread.


Here is the image of the actual basement of New Scotland Yard. The purple arrow is the approx. location of the torso. The other stuff I will have to post an explanation after I get home from work.

https://i.imgur.com/IuLYvWD.jpg?1
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For those of you that don't frequent the JTR forums, I copied this over to illustrate the difficulty in getting the Whitehall torso into the particular vault it ended up in. The same vault the workers stored their tools in every night.

Here is the original thread. http://www.jtrforums.com/showthread....hitehall+vault


Please note: In my first post on that thread my red arrow is in the wrong location for the body. I corrected with a more detailed map (the one I have a link to below) later on in the thread.


Here is the image of the actual basement of New Scotland Yard. The purple arrow is the approx. location of the torso. The other stuff I will have to post an explanation after I get home from work.

https://i.imgur.com/IuLYvWD.jpg?1
awesome as usual Jerry!

I think this points to the killer having special significance in where he placed this one and or it being one of the workers.
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