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Old 10-17-2014, 10:03 AM
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All,

Just incase it is of any interest... part of the present discussion can be found here..

http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=4101&page=5

post No. 50 may be helpful, or not as the case may be.



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All,

Just incase it is of any interest... part of the present discussion can be found here..

http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=4101&page=5

post No. 50 may be helpful, or not as the case may be.



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It isn't. Anyone who thinks there is an image of a man in the coffin seriously needs a reality check.

To much effort for some people to go and have a look at original prints. If they did, they would clearly see it is just the inside of a filthy coffin.
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It isn't. Anyone who thinks there is an image of a man in the coffin seriously needs a reality check.

To much effort for some people to go and have a look at original prints. If they did, they would clearly see it is just the inside of a filthy coffin.


Spoil sport I was almost convinced it was a portrait of Druitt wrapped in his shawl painted by Sickert and Van Gogh

Now you say it is nothing.
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Spoil sport I was almost convinced it was a portrait of Druitt wrapped in his shawl painted by Sickert and Van Gogh

Now you say it is nothing.
I am sure Phil will restore your faith
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It isn't. Anyone who thinks there is an image of a man in the coffin seriously needs a reality check.

To much effort for some people to go and have a look at original prints. If they did, they would clearly see it is just the inside of a filthy coffin.
I'm with you Rob,

Phil, you should have gone to Specsavers..

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It was just a temporary shell used to transport bodies from where they were found to the morgue. I don't think Eddowes' body was actually buried in the box shown in the photo.
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