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  • Originally posted by Roy Corduroy View Post
    Thank you 0 Caped 1, this brings us full circle to your original proposal - Tabram.

    Speaking of Martha Tabram, have you read Tom Wescott's The Bank Holiday Murders? He suggests Pearly Poll was a shill.

    Roy
    Roy,

    Tom suggests many things. Much of it is mere guesswork, though, and some of it has been disproved.

    His Millous claim should give everyone pause for thought .


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    Last edited by MrBarnett; 11-25-2018, 07:19 PM.

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    • Originally posted by Roy Corduroy View Post
      Thank you 0 Caped 1, this brings us full circle to your original proposal - Tabram.

      Speaking of Martha Tabram, have you read Tom Wescott's The Bank Holiday Murders? He suggests Pearly Poll was a shill.

      Roy
      Yeah, it's actually a very good book and I went back to it again because of this geographic profile.

      I think Wescott's book is the most important one since Sugden, which says a lot, although House's Kozminski book also is up there.

      Sudgen's landmark book, The Complete History of JtR, contains a very important proposal - that Tabram is a JtR victim and the cannon at least needs to be extended to a C6. It is one of the most important contributions Sugden made to the case. It makes sense as the C5 appears to have been an invention of Macnagten, who used Bond's meta-analysis of the JtR crimes to produce the C5. However, Bond was only handed the C5 by Anderson. Anderson didn't hand over Tabram, yet the investigators of Tabram's murder did side with her being a JtR victim and the press even included her all the way up to even Chapman's reporting.

      Going back to a serial killers' first crime which is sometimes not identified as linked because the offender is learning and experimenting, is an important discovery in these crimes and may tell us the most about who it is we are looking for.
      Bona fide canonical and then some.

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      • Originally posted by Batman View Post
        Yeah, it's actually a very good book and I went back to it again because of this geographic profile.

        I think Wescott's book is the most important one since Sugden, which says a lot, although House's Kozminski book also is up there.

        Sudgen's landmark book, The Complete History of JtR, contains a very important proposal - that Tabram is a JtR victim and the cannon at least needs to be extended to a C6. It is one of the most important contributions Sugden made to the case. It makes sense as the C5 appears to have been an invention of Macnagten, who used Bond's meta-analysis of the JtR crimes to produce the C5. However, Bond was only handed the C5 by Anderson. Anderson didn't hand over Tabram, yet the investigators of Tabram's murder did side with her being a JtR victim and the press even included her all the way up to even Chapman's reporting.

        Going back to a serial killers' first crime which is sometimes not identified as linked because the offender is learning and experimenting, is an important discovery in these crimes and may tell us the most about who it is we are looking for.
        Yup.
        And his suggestion that millwood was his first victim. And definitively ruling ostrog out by discovering he was in prison in france.

        Id always leaned toward tabram being a ripper victim, but after reading his book im sure of it now.
        "Is all that we see or seem
        but a dream within a dream?"

        -Edgar Allan Poe


        "...the man and the peaked cap he is said to have worn
        quite tallies with the descriptions I got of him."

        -Frederick G. Abberline

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        • Do we need another murder before Tabram? How far do we keep regressing to define the Ripper's trajectory?

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          • Originally posted by Harry D View Post
            Do we need another murder before Tabram? How far do we keep regressing to define the Ripper's trajectory?
            I think it's more about the inclusion of Tabram specifically because there is quite a bit of evidence surrounding that case, especially location.

            There is no doubt that women were sexually assaulted in Whitechapel frequently. Yet there are ones that stand out among them all for the ferocity.

            Nichols being a first victim, given the degree of violence perpetrated against her, is unlikely.

            Tabram is a better study for that.

            Smith might also be.
            Bona fide canonical and then some.

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            • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post
              But what if he were a traveler who came to London for work, or specific reasons, and killed and then left London. The dates between the murders might suggest that

              I dont altogether buy this suggestion that he was a local man. Although most of the murders took place in an around the back streets, which might point to a local man, they were all in close proximity to main thoroughfares, making it easy for the killer to quickly blend into area where people were moving about in numbers, while all the time the police were scouring the back streets.

              www.trevormarriott.co.uk
              He may have been a client before,knew where they went or where they were available at those early morning hours.At least he knew how to go there
              and come back to his "base" in probably a cuple or several ways.

              As posted before,as a visitor who came at the end of the month until or and around the 8th and leaves the district,patrols except the early morning of the murders were useless,and so were the house to house searches and rumors from "alert" residents,perhaps a big reason he was never caught.

              However remote the possibility the duration of the murders may/could have been related to a produce in season for "autumn" and then sold in Spitalfields Market,the biggest fruit/root/vegetable market in the East End and after the season/supplies ended he stopped/left.


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              Clearly the first human laws (way older and already established) spawned organized religion's morality - from which it's writers only copied/stole,ex. you cannot kill,rob,steal (forced, otherwise people run back to the hills,no towns).
              M. Pacana

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              • In the 1888 East End could Long's "foreign accent" have been a mistake,a dialect/pronunciation from another english county,or under the kingdom like Wales,Irish,was this a practice/non-practice? Or it had to be from another country like Spain or France,whether immigrant or not.

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                Clearly the first human laws (way older and already established) spawned organized religion's morality - from which it's writers only copied/stole,ex. you cannot kill,rob,steal (forced, otherwise people run back to the hills,no towns).
                M. Pacana

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                • Originally posted by Varqm View Post
                  In the 1888 East End could Long's "foreign accent" have been a mistake,a dialect/pronunciation from another english county,or under the kingdom like Wales,Irish,was this a practice/non-practice? Or it had to be from another country like Spain or France,whether immigrant or not.

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                  Wrong on the foreign accent,it was looked.
                  Clearly the first human laws (way older and already established) spawned organized religion's morality - from which it's writers only copied/stole,ex. you cannot kill,rob,steal (forced, otherwise people run back to the hills,no towns).
                  M. Pacana

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                    • Originally posted by Harry D View Post
                      Hi harry
                      Interesting. Do you think he bolted straight home first, and then about an hour later, went around the corner and left the gsg and apron, which is why long didnt see it first time around?
                      "Is all that we see or seem
                      but a dream within a dream?"

                      -Edgar Allan Poe


                      "...the man and the peaked cap he is said to have worn
                      quite tallies with the descriptions I got of him."

                      -Frederick G. Abberline

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                      • That's actually quite compelling.

                        So Joseph Hyam Levy may have been the witness.

                        How much would this make sense with the Swanson Marginalia if he had confused aspects of Jacob Levy with Kozminski?

                        Like Kozminski he couldn't have done Coles though.
                        Bona fide canonical and then some.

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                        • Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post
                          But what if he were a traveler who came to London for work, or specific reasons, and killed and then left London. The dates between the murders might suggest that

                          I dont altogether buy this suggestion that he was a local man. Although most of the murders took place in an around the back streets, which might point to a local man,
                          they were all in close proximity to main thoroughfares, making it easy for the killer to quickly blend into area where people were moving about in numbers, while all the time the police were scouring the back streets.

                          www.trevormarriott.co.uk

                          I agree.Yes a traveler/visitor.It was not a coincidence,the dates,end of month and around the 8th.More than one route could have been planned out including the main thoroughfares.Most of the relevant streets were mostly deserted.Nobody saw a man walked away in an unusual manner in the area near or from Bucks Row,Berner St. and Mitre Square,no one saw Kelly and Blotchy outside the archway or walked down Dorset St..
                          As posted before he could mingle in the market.The market was open already at 3:00 am,although every day it was open, especially Tues,Thurs,Saturday,was busy with sellers from nearby farms in Essex by carts,all over England by train and carts,and from outside France,Channel and Scilly islands and Spain,etc by ships.train,carts.And buyers from all over London or counties,big institutions like hospitals,prisons,ships,etc..


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                          Last edited by Varqm; 12-09-2018, 07:43 PM.
                          Clearly the first human laws (way older and already established) spawned organized religion's morality - from which it's writers only copied/stole,ex. you cannot kill,rob,steal (forced, otherwise people run back to the hills,no towns).
                          M. Pacana

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                          • More on Spitalfields market....

                            February 16 1888 :Commission on Market and Tolls.

                            - Robert Horner:leasee of Spitalfields Market,since 12 years

                            (Sir Thomas Martineau)

                            Have you auctions in the market now? Not any.

                            You are going to use your proposed flower market as an auction room are you not? As an auction room and flower market.

                            And you either have established or propose to create a flower market? Yes,it will be ready by 1st of March,it is now nearly completed.

                            So you think that a want is felt for sales by auction? I think so; they seem to be wanting to come there to sell,because they show samples.The great bulk of the samples of fruit,and so on,come up by the Great Eastern via Harwich from Germany and France,and they can bring them into Spitalfields and show the samples,and there sell them...The auction is principally of foreign consignments.

                            "..the costermongers are very useful people in clearing the market...: I have endeavoured to make roads through Spitalfields market,which there were not before,so that a costermonger,at a given time in the morning,can bring his barrow into the market and load from a grower's van,and so,save 1s or 1s 6d porterage....the costermonger can bring his vehicle to the market at 8 o'clock in the morning..."

                            "The stall keepers get so many things stolen at night.There are four small streets belonging to the local authority,and what I have applied for
                            was to have gates to shut the market up at night,and they refused."

                            - Mr James Allen:farmer Dartford,Kent.

                            And you have standing rooms for waggons;have you any stall provided? Yes,we have room to pitch the fruit and those sort of things,as well as standing room for the waggons.

                            Have you any office? No...we have a desk.


                            - Thomas Matthews,market gardener:

                            "Formerly we were obliged to be there in the summer as early as two or three o'clock in the morning; the market used to begin at three
                            o'clock...Now you can get in at any time,and the buyer can bring his carts and unload the goods off the seller's waggons into his cart."

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                            Last edited by Varqm; 12-12-2018, 12:23 AM.
                            Clearly the first human laws (way older and already established) spawned organized religion's morality - from which it's writers only copied/stole,ex. you cannot kill,rob,steal (forced, otherwise people run back to the hills,no towns).
                            M. Pacana

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                            • Originally posted by Harry D View Post
                              If Levy was the killer and disposed of the rag, why did he not do so before he reached this home? Why pass his home and drop it in Goulston Street and then return back to Middlesex Street?

                              And if the rag was not in place during P C Longs first visit to Goulston Street, then what are we looking at? A killer who went home and took the rag with himself, and who then decided that he needed to go out and throw it in Goulston Street half an hour later? When he could have stashed it in his home until the coppers were off the street, and then quietly burnt it?

                              I´m all for thinking that the Goulston Street discarding place may point us in the direction of the killers dwellings, but I think the suggestion that the rag was dropped inbetween these two points has much more going for it than any idea that the murderer walked past his home to drop it and then returned home. It makes very little sense.

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                              • Originally posted by Varqm View Post
                                I agree.Yes a traveler/visitor.It was not a coincidence,the dates,end of month and around the 8th.
                                End of month and "around the 8th" are two different things, so which is it to be? That said, we only have five data points, which isn't much to go on in terms of establishing a meaningful pattern from the dates. It's worse, actually, because the Double Event happened on one day, so we've only got four data points at our disposal. And these four days are merely the ones on which the killer was successful, so goodness knows how many other times he ventured out only to return empty-handed. I find it hard to believe that he struck lucky every single time he went a-hunting.
                                Kind regards, Sam Flynn

                                "Suche Nullen" (Nietzsche, Götzendämmerung, 1888)

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