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I propose the poet Rimbaud. He wrote the poem which he is famous for.. the drunken boat. The rippers victims were known to be drunk. Therefore Rimbaud was the ripper.



And I’m pretty sure he had a brown mustache.
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I propose the poet Rimbaud. He wrote the poem which he is famous for.. the drunken boat. The rippers victims were known to be drunk. Therefore Rimbaud was the ripper.
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"Did Jack the Ripper like to make little drawings on his letters? Yes."

Using fake news like above, you just kinda know it's going to be another stitch up job.
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"Did Jack the Ripper like to make little drawings on his letters? Yes."

Using fake news like above, you just kinda know it's going to be another stitch up job.
Do a search.

Not his first go.

Claimed to have a book coming last time.

Yeah sure.
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Here’s just one of his last bout

http://forum.casebook.org/showthread...highlight=Gogh
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I propose the poet Rimbaud.
Memorably portrayed by Sylvester Stallone on the silver screen.

(Nice bit of alliteration there)
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Do a search.

Not his first go.

Claimed to have a book coming last time.

Yeah sure.
Thanks for remembering, GUT. It’s been such a long time. Here’s a video that explains the journey I’ve been on with the book.

https://youtu.be/IKsF_Zilp8U
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"Did Jack the Ripper like to make little drawings on his letters? Yes."

Using fake news like above, you just kinda know it's going to be another stitch up job.
How can the truth be the fake news? I acquired all of the Ripper letters from the National Archives in Kew and completed a detail analysis of the letters. Jack the Ripper was artistic, and yes, he made little drawings on several letters and envelopes. Surprised you don’t know this.

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the plane! the plane!
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How can the truth be the fake news? I acquired all of the Ripper letters from the National Archives in Kew and completed a detail analysis of the letters. Jack the Ripper was artistic, and yes, he made little drawings on several letters and envelopes. Surprised you don’t know this.
What we do know is that JTR certainly didn't write (or draw) all of those letters, and quite possibly none of them.
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