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  • Lechmere
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    A couple of pieces from the East London Advertiser
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  • Lechmere
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    Can't remember if I put up this link

    http://now.msn.com/jack-the-ripper-c...ed-cart-driver

    and this

    http://www.forteantimes.com/forum/vi...287ef741655afc

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  • Lechmere
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    I like this reference best...
    http://blog.pickfords.co.uk/2012/09/...been-revealed/

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  • Lechmere
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    It's official...
    http://www.eastlondonadvertiser.co.u...ster_1_1503479
    with a nice picture from the rehersal.

    And its gone global:
    http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2012...bethnal-green/

    http://www.newstrackindia.com/newsde...t-victim-.html

    http://www.newser.com/story/153404/e...he-ripper.html
    Last edited by Lechmere; 09-04-2012, 07:09 PM.

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  • Fisherman
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    Come on now, Ruby - give us a cracker..?

    Fisherman

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  • Rubyretro
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    [QUOTE]"I had thought that he was playing Polly"

    Pretty Polly...?

    Nope. I don't think that you parrot anything.

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  • Fisherman
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    Ruby:

    "I had thought that he was playing Polly"

    Pretty Polly...?

    The best,
    Fisherman

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  • Rubyretro
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    Originally posted by Jon Guy View Post
    Awesome photo of Christer in the pulpit (post 1488) .. bet he felt at home ;-)
    Well done lads, looks like an interesting event.
    But, where`s Charlies sack apron?
    Yes ...I enjoyed Fishy in the pulpit, under that enormous cross...I had thought that he was playing Polly though, so I was a tiny bit disappointed...

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  • Fisherman
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    Lechmere:

    "Is that a Cross behind the Fisherman?"

    Yep. Used to be way ahead of me, but no more ...!

    The best,
    Fisherman

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  • Lechmere
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    I doubt carmen were the only people to wear aprons and I don't think it was a specific badge of trade.
    Also I would assume that if he did wear an apron at work I doubt he would have walked down the road with it on as it would restrict movement.

    That makes his actual wearing of the apron at the inquest somewhat odd.

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  • Jon Guy
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    Originally posted by Lechmere View Post
    Sack apron? The inquest wasnt depicted!
    If he wore it to the Inquest it`s a good bet he wore it to work, how else did Mizen recognise him as a carman?

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  • Lechmere
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    Duplicate!

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  • Lechmere
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    Sack apron? The inquest wasnt depicted!
    But the murderer was wearing an apron - whoever he might have been.

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  • Jon Guy
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    Originally posted by Jon Guy View Post
    Awesome photo of Christer in the pulpit (post 1488) .. bet he felt at home ;-)
    Well done lads, looks like an interesting event.
    But, where`s Charlies sack apron?
    Doh!! Of course,I meant post 50, damned details.

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  • Jon Guy
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    Awesome photo of Christer in the pulpit (post 1488) .. bet he felt at home ;-)
    Well done lads, looks like an interesting event.
    But, where`s Charlies sack apron?

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