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Old 05-10-2012, 03:43 PM
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any guesses as to which Whitechapel event this new photo is pertaining to ? my guess is the annie chapman killing/night. Nice and private !
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Jason,
Could be Hanbury street ...I think it was '15 More', or was that Berner Street. Can't remember. If it's either, it's no mystery and should be posted.

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Hello Michael. There were two different kinds: there was a 4/16 divide and a 5/15--if I recall properly.

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Isn't the writing from City territory?

Is Newnham St in the city?

Maybe the 2nd photo is of Bachert's mum washing it off
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Hello Michael. There were two different kinds: there was a 4/16 divide and a 5/15--if I recall properly.
Lynn,

I think that sounds right, but it's been years since I've seen anything on that stuff. Was Hanbury City territory? I don't think so.

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Old 05-10-2012, 04:58 PM
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think Mitre Square was City territory ....though i may be wrong
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Old 05-10-2012, 05:00 PM
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Could be Hanbury street ...I think it was '15 More', or was that Berner Street. Can't remember. If it's either, it's no mystery and should be posted.

Mike
fair point....if its new however then the full facts should be researched before disclosure
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Hi all,
why is everyone assuming it is pre-Goulston Street, if genuine is it not more likely to be after?
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Old 05-10-2012, 05:16 PM
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why is everyone assuming it is pre-Goulston Street, if genuine is it not more likely to be after?
could work the other way....what if they found writing pre Eddowes murder but didnt have a bloody material beneath it (so they may have dismissed it ?)....only when second writng appeared did they see its possible relationship to the events unfolding .....as i said, just a guess !!

logically though, being photographed at all does suggest post Eddowes....so we shall see....

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Old 05-10-2012, 05:32 PM
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Fair and valid point, lts just that after all the mess the police made of the Goulstone street affair, I feel it likely that any future simular events would be handled with a different aproach. ie. They learnt from past mistakes.
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