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Old 03-04-2016, 11:27 AM
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Hi all,

In promoting the April 2016 Ripper conference in Baltimore, I have been commenting upon over a dozen new findings on Francis Tumblety. If you are interested in getting the full picture of the Whitechapel murder mystery, this lecture canít not (I love double negatives) hold your attention and even shift your opinions. Just to tip my hand a bit; the following are a few issues I will be addressing:

1) The actual source for Francis Tumblety being implicated in the Whitechapel crimes; almost to the name of the person.

2) Francis Tumbletyís personal involvement in the sensationalist newspaper reporting about him being a Ripper suspect. You will be surprised.

3) A series of findings (at least a dozen) specific to whether Tumblety was just a minor suspect quickly ignored (other than prosecuting him for gross indecency and indecent assault) or was a major suspect with Scotland Yard investing time, personnel, and money on him. They come from all directions.

4) Nineteenth century bias against homosexuality being the reason why Scotland Yard even considered Tumblety as the killer. We will even make the assumption that Littlechild maintained this bias.

5) Is it true there were no eyewitness accounts matching the description of Tumblety?

6) The real reason why Charles Dunham, the Civil War reptile journalist/agent provocateur, spoke to a New York World Reporter on December 1, 1888, discussing his Civil War experience with Tumblety, even seeing his collection of uterus specimens. Making money? Vindictiveness? OrÖ

7) Lots more on Dunham and what he claimed to have witnessed.

9) Findings specific to Tumblety being the actual killer. These are interesting.

Itís all evidence-based, and as I said before, it needs experts to review these findings. I hope you can make it.

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Old 03-04-2016, 11:38 AM
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Hi all,

In promoting the April 2016 Ripper conference in Baltimore, I have been commenting upon over a dozen new findings on Francis Tumblety. If you are interested in getting the full picture of the Whitechapel murder mystery, this lecture canít not (I love double negatives) hold your attention and even shift your opinions. Just to tip my hand a bit; the following are a few issues I will be addressing:

1) The actual source for Francis Tumblety being implicated in the Whitechapel crimes; almost to the name of the person.

2) Francis Tumbletyís personal involvement in the sensationalist newspaper reporting about him being a Ripper suspect. You will be surprised.

3) A series of findings (at least a dozen) specific to whether Tumblety was just a minor suspect quickly ignored (other than prosecuting him for gross indecency and indecent assault) or was a major suspect with Scotland Yard investing time, personnel, and money on him. They come from all directions.

4) Nineteenth century bias against homosexuality being the reason why Scotland Yard even considered Tumblety as the killer. We will even make the assumption that Littlechild maintained this bias.

5) Is it true there were no eyewitness accounts matching the description of Tumblety?

6) The real reason why Charles Dunham, the Civil War reptile journalist/agent provocateur, spoke to a New York World Reporter on December 1, 1888, discussing his Civil War experience with Tumblety, even seeing his collection of uterus specimens. Making money? Vindictiveness? OrÖ

7) Lots more on Dunham and what he claimed to have witnessed.

9) Findings specific to Tumblety being the actual killer. These are interesting.

Itís all evidence-based, and as I said before, it needs experts to review these findings. I hope you can make it.

Sincerely,
Mike
Hi Mike et al.

All this sounds fabulous, Mike! And to remind everyone:


Deadline to sign up for RipperCon is March 15. Complete information on the event is available at RipperCon.com.

Looking forward to welcoming many of you in Baltimore!

Best regards

Chris
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G'day Mike

Will this be published somewhere?
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Will this be published somewhere?
Hi GUT,

Yes, in a number of places. Joe and I will be presenting some on the forums, Whitechapel Society Journal, and eventually Ripperologist. Also, my book, The Ripper's Haunts, is in the editing process, soon to be published! My publisher's goal is to have it available at RipperCon.

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Hi GUT,

Yes, in a number of places. Joe and I will be presenting some on the forums, Whitechapel Society Journal, and eventually Ripperologist. Also, my book, The Ripper's Haunts, is in the editing process, soon to be published! My publisher's goal is to have it available at RipperCon.

Sincerely,

Mike
Thanks Mike.

No way I can get to Ripper con, but sounds interesting.
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Hi GUT,

Yes, in a number of places. Joe and I will be presenting some on the forums, Whitechapel Society Journal, and eventually Ripperologist. Also, my book, The Ripper's Haunts, is in the editing process, soon to be published! My publisher's goal is to have it available at RipperCon.

Sincerely,

Mike
Hi Mike,

So for clarification you new info on Tumblety will be in your new book? Will that be available on Amazon and such places?

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G'day Mike

Did you book get done in time for RipperCon?
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Hi Mike,

So for clarification you new info on Tumblety will be in your new book? Will that be available on Amazon and such places?

Columbo
Hi Columbo,

Yes, most of the material is in The Ripper's Haunts, plus even more. Sunbury Press pushed to get it done and it was officially published one day early. The Kindle Version and paperback are available on Amazon.

The total lecture was about 2.5 hours and Robert Anderson will be making a podcast. Also, I'll be having video excerpts on my website, beginning with the first 17 minutes on the very source for Tumblety being arrested on suspicion.

Also, Joe Chetcuti and I will be posting some of it on the boards, beginning today!


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Hi Mike

just downloaded the kindle edition, hope sales go well.

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just downloaded the kindle edition, hope sales go well.

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Thanks Steve! You'll love who wrote my foreword.

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