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The Strange Death Of Montague John Druitt

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  • #76
    Originally posted by David Andersen View Post
    .......Letter 131 on the list was sent to Scotland Yard on the 24th November 1888. All we do know about this letter is that it offered suggestions re: the Whitechapel murder. The writer of the letter was Henry Scott Tuke. Less than one week after this letter was received George Sims wrote in his newspaper column published on the 2nd December, two days before Montagues death that Commissioner Monro was on to someone.
    Was Henry Scott Tuke the man who denounced Druitt?
    Often it is what is directly under the nose that we fail to see.
    Very interesting.

    Regards, Jon S.

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