As can be seen, Dr. Bond's report was the result of input from both Phillips & Bond.[/quote]
Thanks Wickerman,what I'm thinking is if he is in the right place at the right time,he could plausibly talk the 'medical man' idea out of the equation.He seems to make a habit of contradicting other doctors(see Rose Mylett) and his views always seem to carry the most weight.Is there anything sinister about him?I think there is.
How long before EVERYONE connected to the case in some capacity is accused of being Jack the Ripper?
If research was to show strong indications of psychopathy,we would have a dangerous man who works and lives very close to the Whitehall torso with serious anatomical skill and knowledge who has military experience .Most of the torso parts were found in and around the river in the 2 mile stretch to the west of Whitehall.He probably only kills poor people and there was a workhouse and infirmary at the north end of Battersea bridge.If he has a connection to it in any way,it would add weight to my theory
127 years and we've got a big fat zero ,I say he's worth a proper looking at
Careful what you wish for, Harry, or it'll be you next!
Thats odd On a recent trip to Wales gossip in the pub was that the JtR murders were committed by a stocking welshman with dark curly hair, around average height.....or did someone slip me a micky Flynn