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  • Abby Normal
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    Originally posted by The Baron View Post

    The true definition of a Ripperologist!

    Orsam is a one-off researcher!


    The Baron
    lol. he sure is. amazing

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  • Observer
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    Originally posted by Iconoclast View Post

    I'll take that as distraction tactics, then.

    The signature is a nailed-on issue which can't be answered, so we attempt to divert by resorting to an issue which has been debated - not for 28 years - but for a hundred more again.
    Not at all, the signature is not a nailed-on issue, and there were no farthings found at the Chapman murder scene

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  • Abby Normal
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    can it get anymore bonkers? its clearly a mistake by the hoaxer, and Lord Orsam clearly points out exactly why giving the details and history.

    not only that the hoaxer uses the term as a descriptor "visit her aunt". not as a term of endearment or nickname or name.

    and unless anyone can find documented proof that the godmother was frequently referred to as an aunt its all just wishful thinking isnt it?

    ill take the real research and facts uncovered by Lord Orsam over diary defending mental gymnastics every time.

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  • Iconoclast
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    Originally posted by Observer View Post

    Speaking of bollocks, why did the author of the Diary refer to there being two farthings at the Chapman murder scene? Assuming you can of course.
    I'll take that as distraction tactics, then.

    The signature is a nailed-on issue which can't be answered, so we attempt to divert by resorting to an issue which has been debated - not for 28 years - but for a hundred more again.

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  • Observer
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    And as for the Maybrick clan's initials being incorporated into the GSG, well, I think you are all on your lonesome with that one

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  • Observer
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    Originally posted by Iconoclast View Post

    I was waiting for it and you didn't let me down!

    Just as Florence's initials on Kelly's wall have made it onto every published version of the infamous photograph since 1888 but the diary detractors either can't see them or simply say they're not there, I knew that the response from you (or one like you) would be along the lines of "It's not a match"!

    Oh you indulge me, Sir!
    Here, I'll not let you down twice in a row. The initials are not on the wall. I doubt if there's more than three people on this planet who believe as such

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  • Observer
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    Originally posted by peg&pie View Post
    Aunty so and so. Piffle. Used by both my family and my partner's to refer to a close female relative or friend. Even more common in the older generations when people looked after each other unconditionally.

    Much less of a problem than the handwriting or breast placement.

    And no, I'm not a diary supporter. Just a supporter of good sense and provable facts.
    Hi peg&pie, let's not forget about the two farthing at the Chapman murder scene. What's your opinion with regard to that?

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  • Iconoclast
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    Originally posted by Observer View Post

    It's nothing like it, and if you can detect the resemblance, then it's pure coincidence
    I was waiting for it and you didn't let me down!

    Just as Florence's initials on Kelly's wall have made it onto every published version of the infamous photograph since 1888 but the diary detractors either can't see them or simply say they're not there, I knew that the response from you (or one like you) would be along the lines of "It's not a match"!

    Oh you indulge me, Sir!

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  • The Baron
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    Originally posted by Abby Normal View Post

    we are all fortunate that Lord Orsam still has an interest in ripperology.
    The true definition of a Ripperologist!

    Orsam is a one-off researcher!


    The Baron

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  • Observer
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    Originally posted by jmenges View Post
    Please discuss and debate WITHOUT engaging in personal attacks.

    Thank you.

    JM
    Sorry Mr Menges that last one went out before I saw your post

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  • peg&pie
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    Aunty so and so. Piffle. Used by both my family and my partner's to refer to a close female relative or friend. Even more common in the older generations when people looked after each other unconditionally.

    Much less of a problem than the handwriting or breast placement.

    And no, I'm not a diary supporter. Just a supporter of good sense and provable facts.

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  • Observer
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    Originally posted by Iconoclast View Post

    As I say, cut out the Billy Bollocks and answer the question.

    Assuming you can, of course ...
    Speaking of bollocks, why did the author of the Diary refer to there being two farthings at the Chapman murder scene? Assuming you can of course.

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  • jmenges
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    Please discuss and debate WITHOUT engaging in personal attacks.

    Thank you.

    JM

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  • Observer
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    Originally posted by Iconoclast View Post
    Let's cut out the Billy Bollocks, Observer.

    In your (frequently all-too ill-thought-out) opinion, how did the signature in the watch get to be such a good analogue for Maybrick's true signature on his marriage certificate?

    Answer this one, and we can start to really engage in the realities of the watch.
    It's nothing like it, and if you can detect the resemblance, then it's pure coincidence
    Last edited by Observer; 08-01-2020, 02:20 PM.

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  • Observer
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    Originally posted by Iconoclast View Post

    Warning: A poster is attempting to use questionable personal opinions to make an argument!
    You started it by insisting that Maybrick was JTR

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