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  • #16
    Originally posted by Charlie View Post
    Hello RD,

    Debra A is right, as often was the case back then, there's a spelling error in the name written in your English article.
    On the Torso Paris discussion thread, you asked me if I could search on French press archive sites, and I replied that despite several searches with "Behaut," as well as "Behault" and "Behaux", I found nothing.
    However, I just tried again by translating into French the message supposed to have been written by the individual: "Do not look for the murderer of Elisa Van Damme. It is I"
    I initiated a search with:
    "Ne cherchez plus le meurtrier d'Elisa Vandamme, c'est moi."
    I found nothing.
    But with the query:
    "Ne cherchez plus l'assassin d'Elisa Vandamme, c'est moi."

    I eventually uncovered this article from La Croix newspaper dated March 16, 1910.



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    So, with the correct spelling of the name, Albert Bihan, everything becomes clear, and there are plenty of articles.
    In particular, Le Rappel newspaper of March 17, 1910, writes:




    I apologize, RD, but it seems that this Ernest-Georges-Albert Bihan was mentally unstable, and in any case, he was not Albert Bachert.​
    Beyond exceptional Charlie!

    Thank you immensely for conclusively proving I am wrong in my assumptions that Behaut was Bachert.


    Your evidence is, clear, definitive and correct and I have made an error in my assumptions.

    I openly admit I am wrong and I can only thank you for proving the truth.

    I must admit that I did like the brief adventure on Behaut ha ha!


    Back to the drawing board


    RD
    "Great minds, don't think alike"

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    • #17
      Originally posted by The Rookie Detective View Post

      Beyond exceptional Charlie!

      Thank you immensely for conclusively proving I am wrong in my assumptions that Behaut was Bachert.


      Your evidence is, clear, definitive and correct and I have made an error in my assumptions.

      I openly admit I am wrong and I can only thank you for proving the truth.

      I must admit that I did like the brief adventure on Behaut ha ha!


      Back to the drawing board


      RD
      Good work though RD. it was certainly worth pursuing.
      Regards

      Sir Herlock Sholmes.

      “A house of delusions is cheap to build but draughty to live in.”

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Herlock Sholmes View Post

        Good work though RD. it was certainly worth pursuing.

        Thank you for your kind words Herlock


        A lesson learned for me, that's for sure.


        RD
        "Great minds, don't think alike"

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        • #19
          Originally posted by The Rookie Detective View Post


          Thank you for your kind words Herlock


          A lesson learned for me, that's for sure.


          RD
          Don't worry - for me, this collaborative/co-operative research is exactly what ripperology should be about
          Kind regards, Sam Flynn

          "Suche Nullen" (Nietzsche, Gtzendmmerung, 1888)

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Charlie View Post

            So, with the correct spelling of the name, Albert Bihan, everything becomes clear
            "Mr Bihan"? I didn't realise Rowan Atkinson was that old!
            Kind regards, Sam Flynn

            "Suche Nullen" (Nietzsche, Gtzendmmerung, 1888)

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            • #21
              Originally posted by The Rookie Detective View Post

              Beyond exceptional Charlie!

              Thank you immensely for conclusively proving I am wrong in my assumptions that Behaut was Bachert.


              Your evidence is, clear, definitive and correct and I have made an error in my assumptions.

              I openly admit I am wrong and I can only thank you for proving the truth.

              I must admit that I did like the brief adventure on Behaut ha ha!


              Back to the drawing board


              RD
              HI RD,

              you do some really good research, and the end result is what matters.
              please don't get discouraged, or loose your energy and enthusiasm.

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              • #22
                You have contagious enthusiasm, dear The Rookie Detective, and that is a great quality. Just like with Bachert/Behaut, my heart raced for a few minutes! Don't change a thing!
                “There had been a madness of murder in the air. Some red star had come too close to the earth…”
                Oscar Wilde, The Portrait of Dorian Gray

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                • #23
                  Thank you everybody for your kind and understanding comments.

                  I at least have inadvertently proven that you can have 2 similar murders; with the victim placed at the same location, years apart, but with a different killer.

                  Perhaps that same logic could be applied to the London torso murders of the 1870's and 1880's?


                  RD
                  "Great minds, don't think alike"

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