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  • Phil H
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    Rob - the onus is on those who want to use the GSG in the case to demonstrate its relevance. Until then it remains nothing but an extraneous - perhaps interesting - irrelevance.

    Not usual for you to engage in wooly thinking - but I'm afraid in this case I'm impressed by your response to my post.

    Phil H

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  • Abby Normal
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    Originally posted by Phil H View Post
    In all seriousness though...ain't it a pity that the GSG was not photographed...

    If it had been, there is a good chance the plates would not have survived.

    But I don't think it is a pity. What use would a photograph have been? Just more fuel for pointless discussion.

    Notwithstanding hundreds if not thousands of posts on here, no one has shown the slightest convincing proof that the GSG is linked to the murderer or the murders. It was simply neaby the discarded apron-piece.

    Full stop, end of story.

    Phil H
    What use would a photograph have been?
    Hmm. Lets see. Perhaps to compare to the handwriting of suspects and other writings? Good grief.

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  • Rob Clack
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    Originally posted by Phil H View Post
    In all seriousness though...ain't it a pity that the GSG was not photographed...

    If it had been, there is a good chance the plates would not have survived.

    But I don't think it is a pity. What use would a photograph have been? Just more fuel for pointless discussion.

    Notwithstanding hundreds if not thousands of posts on here, no one has shown the slightest convincing proof that the GSG is linked to the murderer or the murders. It was simply neaby the discarded apron-piece.

    Full stop, end of story.

    Phil H
    And nobody has shown in the hundreds if not thousands of posts on here that the GSG wasn't written by Jack the Ripper.

    Full stop, end of story.

    Rob

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  • andy1867
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    I meant in terms of comparing it to the writing in the opening post....I know it proves nowt...but we could chase a serial graffiti artist in our spare time

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  • Phil H
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    In all seriousness though...ain't it a pity that the GSG was not photographed...

    If it had been, there is a good chance the plates would not have survived.

    But I don't think it is a pity. What use would a photograph have been? Just more fuel for pointless discussion.

    Notwithstanding hundreds if not thousands of posts on here, no one has shown the slightest convincing proof that the GSG is linked to the murderer or the murders. It was simply neaby the discarded apron-piece.

    Full stop, end of story.

    Phil H

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  • andy1867
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    In all seriousness though...ain't it a pity that the GSG was not photographed...

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  • Sally
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    Just as well really, the old ones (and not so new ones) are a bit clapped out.

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  • Monty
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    Heh,

    Two new suspects which undoubtedly will be drawn unpon in the future.

    Monty

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  • andy1867
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    Having studied the photograph in the opening post...in depth, for nearly half an hour...It is my considered opinion that the block capitals..
    COPYRIGHT NEIL BELL AND ROBERT CLACK"
    are a more recent addition to the initial message.....................
    you know where to find me..
    Andy

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  • Monty
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    If you read the dissertation (below) Abby, the cropping is explained, along with the dates and everything up until publication.

    http://casebook.org/dissertations/rip-wallwriting.html


    Hey Debs,

    I must confess, I have been doing a little delving into this, all focused on William G Parker. Nothing to report as yet however there is a logic path Im following which I intend on picking up after York.

    As most likely, it will probably lead no where.

    Monty

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  • andy1867
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    Crikey...that was enough to bring me from my "D'Onson for dummies" retreat
    Regarding the "double event" Letter....the phrase "The first one squealed a bit"...could this in an way refer to the 3 small cries Stride made that were heard by Shwartz?




    *prepares to return to "Donson for dummies*

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  • Rob Clack
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    Originally posted by Debra A View Post
    Any leads on the photographer yet?
    None yet Debs. We're still looking.

    Rob

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  • Abby Normal
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    Originally posted by Monty View Post
    Hello all,

    With thanks to Stephen Ryder, our article entitled The Victims Photographs and some Wall Writing, which appeared in Ripperologist Issue 127 is now available on the Dissertations page for your reading.

    http://casebook.org/dissertations/rip-wallwriting.html

    It was always our intention to present this, and the Eddowes photograph find, to the community in hopes it will spark debate and research, and maybe bring new information to these discoveries.

    Any questions for us regarding these items can be placed here and we will answer them honestly. Any queries or clarification will be adressed as best we can.

    Likewise, if anyone has any more information to add to this topic please feel free to place it here on this thread. The idea is to progress this as best we can, as a collective, if you are curious enough to do so of course.

    With that, we leave you with THE photo of the Artizan Dwellings wall writing.

    Regards

    Neil & Rob
    Thanks Monty!

    The picture is cut off. I assume that it is signed "Jack the Ripper"?

    Also, what month/year was this photo taken and what month/year do you think it was written and what month do you think the "27" refers to?

    Thanks in advance!

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  • Debra A
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    Any leads on the photographer yet?

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  • Monty
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    Thank you Tempus,

    I hear that it has been compared to writing of a certain suspect.

    Monty

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