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    Dear all.

    I'm sure somebody must have started a thread like this before so apologies in advance.

    listening to a podcast on whether or not Liz Stride was a ripper victim it all suddenly became clear!

    Cross/Lechmere killed Polly.
    Richardson killed Annie.
    kidney killed Liz.
    Kosminski killed Kate and
    Barnett killed Mary.

    There you go, now we can all go home, have a nice cup o' tea and work together to move forward in peace and harmony!

    Be gentle, I'm only having a laugh.

    regards
    If I have seen further it is because I am standing on the shoulders of giants.

  • #2
    Ha!

    Wait, do I hear Michael Richards spitting out his tea?
    I'm not going to link to it, or such....

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    • #3
      And Simon Wood nodding sagely.....
      I'm not going to link to it, or such....

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      • #4
        And Ike not reacting at all, since he never looks at any thread that's not specifically Maybrick?
        I'm not going to link to it, or such....

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        • #5
          And me laughing at my own jokes. Again.
          I'm not going to link to it, or such....

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          • #6
            And Steve Ryder (who?) thinking "what have I created?"
            I'm not going to link to it, or such....

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            • #7
              I agree with posts 2 through 6 Al.

              Since you did start this....same person killed Polly then Annie, socialist thug kills Liz, the people that Kate threatened to turn in for the murders killed her, and Mary Kelly..or whoever she was, was killed by someone that knew her well. Notice.... not one name.
              Michael Richards

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Michael W Richards View Post
                Since you did start this....same person killed Polly then Annie, socialist thug kills Liz, the people that Kate threatened to turn in for the murders killed her, and Mary Kelly..or whoever she was, was killed by someone that knew her well. Notice.... not one name.
                You couldn't move for bloody murderers in Whitechapel for three months.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Harry D View Post

                  You couldn't move for bloody murderers in Whitechapel for three months.
                  lol.and torsoman. a veritable parade of unknown killers.

                  "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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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Harry D View Post

                    You couldn't move for bloody murderers in Whitechapel for three months.
                    All I can tell ya Harry is that my opinion agrees with some of the very respected Ripperologists who've been at this longer than you or I. I personally see 2 for certain by the same person, with a possible third just within the Canonical Group. So yeah, more than one killer in the dangerous and overcrowded ghetto that was East London in the Fall of 1888. A crime ridden area, proven to be dangerous long before Jacky.

                    The one man fits all approach is novel and imaginative for sure. I think though that the facts here are more grounded in fundamentals. Easier to comprehend motives once viewed with proper perspectives. Emotional states of the killer is one area that can lend that perspective. Emma had a gang of Clockwork Orange types. Martha had someone pissed off stab her 38 times. Polly and Annie had a cool calculating killer to deal with. Liz Strides murder suggests a brute but a brief moment of anger....Its Kates murder that may be the calculating guy again. Whoever killed Mary knew her well enough to be in her room with consent in the middle of the night...so its either Blotchy or someone else came to that room after him and was also allowed in.

                    I don't want to engage in any discussion about how likely my thesis is to be correct vs a theory that has one man committing a myriad of murders in a variety of manners. That implies a man with many diverse objectives....more than any other criminal in the history of recorded crime I would think. What odds would we lay on these competing ideas...which would be the longest shot......in this case, THE longest shot by a great margin?

                    Until you have exhausted the search for a horse, don't presume you should be looking for a Unicorn instead.
                    Michael Richards

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Michael W Richards View Post
                      The one man fits all approach is novel and imaginative for sure.
                      Says the man who claims Eddowes was a secret agent assassinated by the Fenians.

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