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  • Abby Normal
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    HAHAHA! yes!!! thanks DJ. that pic always cracks me up

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  • Al Bundy's Eyes
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    Originally posted by Abby Normal View Post
    DJA
    unleash the the two dudes in a horse costume pic!!!
    Thought it myself, didn't want to say it!

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  • Abby Normal
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    DJA
    unleash the the two dudes in a horse costume pic!!!

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  • The Rookie Detective
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    Look what I found...



    I've NOT added any lines that weren't already there, i have just highlighted the ones that are.



    It's clearly a horse


    And a CLUE.


    Forget misspelling or handwriting style, or choice of language or dialect etc...

    It's all jst a big ditraction to make us avoid the obvious



    The killer drew a HORSE for us




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  • Abby Normal
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    Originally posted by The Rookie Detective View Post
    So...


    I discovered...


    The author of the From Hell Letter


    Didn't leave any written clues


    BUT did DRAW a large HORSE in the center of the page.



    Look at the letter



    The legs are made up of the long vertical strokes of the ink

    The neck is also made up of similar vertical lines


    The eyes are formed from the word 'tOOk'

    and the mane & nose made up from the blood spatters.

    Even the tail is clear to see, the loop shape slightly to the right of the word 'bloody'



    The author wasn't given us a written clue, he was using a drawing


    A clue that he had a connection with horses


    Nichols was slaughtered like an animal yards away from the Winthrop Street slaughterhouse


    An appropriate choice of location perhaps


    incidentally,

    Lechmere's mother worked as a Horse Flesh Dealer in 1891


    And therefore may have done so in 1888



    Could Lechmere have staged the whole 'being found' by Paul and chose not to flee as part of his plan?



    Just a thought



    Thoughts please


    And check out the HORSE



    Once you see it, you see it








    you actually posted this on two seperate threads? i sense your days are numbered here again pierre. have fun while it lasts

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  • The Rookie Detective
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    So...


    I discovered...


    The author of the From Hell Letter


    Didn't leave any written clues


    BUT did DRAW a large HORSE in the center of the page.



    Look at the letter



    The legs are made up of the long vertical strokes of the ink

    The neck is also made up of similar vertical lines


    The eyes are formed from the word 'tOOk'

    and the mane & nose made up from the blood spatters.

    Even the tail is clear to see, the loop shape slightly to the right of the word 'bloody'



    The author wasn't given us a written clue, he was using a drawing


    A clue that he had a connection with horses


    Nichols was slaughtered like an animal yards away from the Winthrop Street slaughterhouse


    An appropriate choice of location perhaps


    incidentally,

    Lechmere's mother worked as a Horse Flesh Dealer in 1891


    And therefore may have done so in 1888



    Could Lechmere have staged the whole 'being found' by Paul and chose not to flee as part of his plan?



    Just a thought



    Thoughts please


    And check out the HORSE



    Once you see it, you see it









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  • miakaal4
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    Was it common knowledge that a kidney was missing at the time Lusk got his letter? I believe that kidney also had brights disease. Lusk letter more probable than not i fink.

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  • DJA
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    Originally posted by Abby Normal View Post

    yeah this was another of pierres aliases. so we got pierre, rookie detective, Kristina Nordquist and Chris lol. am i missing any?
    Maybea,San Fran,Bueno ........ plus at least two more that escape me right now.

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  • Abby Normal
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    Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

    I’d forgotten about this thread but now I remember it. I’ll now try to forget it again
    yeah this was another of pierres aliases. so we got pierre, rookie detective, Kristina Nordquist and Chris lol. am i missing any?

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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    Originally posted by Al Bundy's Eyes View Post

    The joy of old threads.

    The issue, as transpired, was he was on a boat to India.
    I’d forgotten about this thread but now I remember it. I’ll now try to forget it again

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  • Al Bundy's Eyes
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    Originally posted by The Rookie Detective View Post
    My apologies for my rather long absence from this particular thread; i have an issue with my data and have been eagerly trying to resolve this problem BEFORE submitting my findings. To date, i have been unsuccessful in corroborating 1 particular key fact which is negating my other findings quite considerably. As things stand it would be inappropriate for me to speculate on something which i am keen to seek evidence for.

    I'll be back

    Regards

    TRD
    The joy of old threads.

    The issue, as transpired, was he was on a boat to India.

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  • Michael W Richards
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    Watkins began his night at 10:00pm, so if it took him lets say 14 minutes per pass, the maximum time he estimated per pass, (assuming he didn't stop and chat anywhere, or get a tea),... then he would have last been in the square at 1:24. He said it was 1:30am. That 1:24 time would be 13 passes of 14 minutes each.

    For me I doubt each pass was exactly uniform in time and I doubt he hadn't stopped somewhere during those 3 1/2 hours from his start time.

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  • DJA
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    Edward Watkin (sic) at the Inquest ..... "That beat takes twelve or fourteen minutes."
    Last edited by DJA; 01-17-2020, 05:06 PM.

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  • Michael W Richards
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    The presumption that Kates killer would have known the beats in Mitre Square on that night is unlikely, those beats changed and the right-hand/left-hand designations would be provided on the night of the shift. If he watched the area for a while that might help that case, but then he would have been noticed by someone one would think. If he kills Kate after Watkins pass around 1:20ish,and he has until 1:43ish to do his nasties, its not a problem reconciling the amount of cutting work and time available. DJA suggested that the Goulston GSG and the apron section were placed to misdirect, or as "decoy", I think its more likely that they were placed precisely where they were to assign the the "blame" that the GSG says was lacking. At a development populated almost exclusively by Immigrant Jews.

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