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Hi John G. No more writing at present. I don't believe any files relating to the nudes' murders would be any help at all in identifying the killer. I know Harold Jones was the killer. He was the last person to see all 8 murder victims, but no one saw them together. Regards. Neil Milkins.
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So are you're saying that the man who was driving the car who picked up Frances Brown in Hayden's Place was not Harold Jones?
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Hi Herlock. If you google Rose Heyworth Press you will find details there. Cheque made payable to Neil Milkins. Regards. Neil. P.S. When Howard Carter broke a hole in Tutankhamen's tomb he was asked "What can you see." He replied "Wonderful things." I am expecting to see wonderful things shortly.
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Observer. No I don't believer that the guy at Hayden's place was Harold Jones. He was just the last person who was known to have seen Frances Brown before the killer abducted her. Regards. Neil.
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It's a possibility Neil, bearing in mind that the investigation discovered that a van may have been involved in at least two of the murders. One other thing, where do you suppose Jones was storing the bodies prior to dumping them? If you remember the were signs of a drying out of the bodies, a sort of mummification. Don't you think it's possible that they had been stored in the well of the electricity transformer, which of course was opposite the paint spraying shop? Flecks of paint were found adhered to the bodies of course.
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