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  • #46
    Hi Phil,
    Hutt was talking about two different doors. And since Kate didn't entirely close the outer door as she left, he was able to see the direction she took.

    Daily News 12 Oct
    "I pushed open the swing door leading to the passage and said, "This way, missus." She passed along the passage to the outer door. I said to her, "Please push it to." She said, "All right; good night, old ****." (Laughter.) She pulled the door within half a foot in closing it, and I saw her turn to the left. "

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Joshua Rogan View Post
      Hi Phil,
      Hutt was talking about two different doors. And since Kate didn't entirely close the outer door as she left, he was able to see the direction she took.

      Daily News 12 Oct
      "I pushed open the swing door leading to the passage and said, "This way, missus." She passed along the passage to the outer door. I said to her, "Please push it to." She said, "All right; good night, old ****." (Laughter.) She pulled the door within half a foot in closing it, and I saw her turn to the left. "

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      Thank you Joshua, most kind of you.

      Whilst I see the two different doors, I don't rightly recall, I could very well be mistaken without looking it up, that Hutt mentioned the" within a half a foot in closing it, " at the inquest.
      Forgive me, but I'm a little sceptical to newspaper reports.

      Best wishes


      Phil
      Chelsea FC. TRUE BLUE. 💙


      Justice for the 96 = achieved
      Accountability? ....

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Trevor Marriott View Post

        But does the body still continue to absorb alcohol when a person dies, To mind mind the body functions cease at the time of death.

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        Yes it does, things like bacteria & stomach acid cannot switch off. Though the bodies ability to create stomach acid will eventually stop. The acid that is in the stomach at the time of death continues to work on the stomach contents. Natural processes cannot switch off immediately, it takes time.

        Here, there are a few comments on the subject by professionals...
        https://www.quora.com/If-you-die-rig...igest-the-food
        Last edited by Wickerman; 03-11-2021, 10:01 PM.
        Regards, Jon S.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by Phil Carter View Post

          Hello Trevor,

          Here's a little, tiny goodie to consider.

          When Eddowes was released from police custody, the last part of the conversation went as follows..

          Hutt pushes open the swinging door of that station.
          "This way missus," he says, "please pull it to."
          "All right'" Kate replies, "Goodnight, old ****."

          Now I'll ask a daft question. According to Hutt, he PUSHED the "swinging door" of the station, open.
          But he asks Eddowes to "PULL IT TO" as she leaves.

          According to the first line then, the door to the station opens outwards.
          Yet in the next line, it clearly opens inwards, as Eddowes, is, asked to PULL the door to, not Push the door to, behind her.
          Hi Phil.

          This is the full exchange:

          I pushed open the swing-door leading to the passage, and said, "This way, missus." She passed along the passage to the outer door. I said to her, "Please, pull it to." She replied, "All right. Good night, old ****." (Laughter.) She pulled the door to within a foot of being close, and I saw her turn to the left.
          The Coroner: That was leading towards Houndsditch? - Yes

          There were two doors.

          1 - The station door leading to the passage, swings outward.
          2 - The end of the passage door that leads to the street, swings inward.

          The way the statement reads to me, PC Hutt held the station door open until he saw Kate pull the passage door closed, with her left hand presumably, as she must have been facing left, towards Houndsditch.

          Here is a pic of the Bishopsgate Station at the time, presumably we are talking about one of the two double-doors facing the street.



          Add a comment.....
          Back in 2012 Monty provided a detail that doesn't come across in the statement by PC Hutt.


          I think the interesting aspect of Bishopsgate Station cell layout in 1888 is the fact that the cells are set against a pub and that they are across a yard.

          Eddowes had to be escorted from these cells, across the yard and back into the station.

          Monty.

          Here's a thought.
          I wonder if the cobbled entry (presumably for carriages?) at the left of the pic had a large gate to close it off at night. Perhaps the station door to the cells was down the side of the station and the passage door was a man-door in the gate, something similar only larger, like a wicket-door in the gate across Dutfields Yard?
          Last edited by Wickerman; 03-11-2021, 10:58 PM.
          Regards, Jon S.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Wickerman View Post

            Hi Phil.

            This is the full exchange:

            I pushed open the swing-door leading to the passage, and said, "This way, missus." She passed along the passage to the outer door. I said to her, "Please, pull it to." She replied, "All right. Good night, old ****." (Laughter.) She pulled the door to within a foot of being close, and I saw her turn to the left.
            The Coroner: That was leading towards Houndsditch? - Yes

            There were two doors.

            1 - The station door leading to the passage, swings outward.
            2 - The end of the passage door that leads to the street, swings inward.

            The way the statement reads to me, PC Hutt held the station door open until he saw Kate pull the passage door closed, with her left hand presumably, as she must have been facing left, towards Houndsditch.

            Here is a pic of the Bishopsgate Station at the time, presumably we are talking about one of the two double-doors facing the street.



            Add a comment.....
            Back in 2012 Monty provided a detail that doesn't come across in the statement by PC Hutt.


            I think the interesting aspect of Bishopsgate Station cell layout in 1888 is the fact that the cells are set against a pub and that they are across a yard.

            Eddowes had to be escorted from these cells, across the yard and back into the station.

            Monty.

            Here's a thought.
            I wonder if the cobbled entry (presumably for carriages?) at the left of the pic had a large gate to close it off at night. Perhaps the station door to the cells was down the side of the station and the passage door was a man-door in the gate, something similar only larger, like a wicket-door in the gate across Dutfields Yard?
            Does it really matter which ever way she turned?She still could have made her way back to Flower and Dean street via Goulston Street in no more than 10 mins. there was more than one route she could have taken.

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            • #51
              Eddowes was seen to turn in a certain direction as she left the police station,but she was not observed to have continued in that direction.She could have turned after a few yards and walked in the opposite direction.So many possibilities.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Joshua Rogan View Post
                Hi Phil,
                Hutt was talking about two different doors. And since Kate didn't entirely close the outer door as she left, he was able to see the direction she took.

                Daily News 12 Oct
                "I pushed open the swing door leading to the passage and said, "This way, missus." She passed along the passage to the outer door. I said to her, "Please push it to." She said, "All right; good night, old ****." (Laughter.) She pulled the door within half a foot in closing it, and I saw her turn to the left. "

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                Sorry Joshua, I duplicated your reply.
                Regards, Jon S.

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                • #53
                  Bishopsgate Police Station, 1909 -

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                  Never believe anything until it has been officially denied.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by harry View Post
                    Eddowes was seen to turn in a certain direction as she left the police station,but she was not observed to have continued in that direction.She could have turned after a few yards and walked in the opposite direction.So many possibilities.
                    Exactly

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                    • #55
                      The woman released at 1.00 am from Bishopsgate Police Station may have used an exit in Rose Alley.
                      Never believe anything until it has been officially denied.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by Simon Wood View Post
                        The woman released at 1.00 am from Bishopsgate Police Station may have used an exit in Rose Alley.
                        Hello Simon,

                        Here you go...

                        https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/blog/201...ose-alley-ec2/

                        Best wishes

                        Phil
                        Chelsea FC. TRUE BLUE. 💙


                        Justice for the 96 = achieved
                        Accountability? ....

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Wickerman View Post

                          Add a comment.....
                          Back in 2012 Monty provided a detail that doesn't come across in the statement by PC Hutt.


                          I think the interesting aspect of Bishopsgate Station cell layout in 1888 is the fact that the cells are set against a pub and that they are across a yard.

                          Eddowes had to be escorted from these cells, across the yard and back into the station.

                          Monty.

                          Here's a thought.
                          I wonder if the cobbled entry (presumably for carriages?) at the left of the pic had a large gate to close it off at night. Perhaps the station door to the cells was down the side of the station and the passage door was a man-door in the gate, something similar only larger, like a wicket-door in the gate across Dutfields Yard?

                          Hi Wick.

                          The cells/yard are on the other side (Rose Alley). A narrow passage led out of Rose Alley to Bishopsgate Street.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by jerryd View Post


                            Hi Wick.

                            The cells/yard are on the other side (Rose Alley). A narrow passage led out of Rose Alley to Bishopsgate Street.
                            Thankyou Jerry, let me ask, how do you apply what PC Hutt said about Kate's release?
                            I can just see there is a passage at the north end of Rose Alley that opens out onto Bishopsgate (just beyond your clip), but the street end of that passage doesn't seem to be visible from where the cells are located?

                            Regards, Jon S.

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                            • #59
                              This is where I am looking.



                              The passage that leads to/from Rose Alley is on the other side of a building marked 'S' (shop?) but if used by police in 1888, there is a side door that opens into that passage where PC Hutt could have watched Kate exit out onto Bishopsgate St.

                              Query:
                              Since the British Library stopped using Flash, I have been unable to enlarge these maps. Is there a solution to this?
                              I had to use Windows to enlarge that portion and as you can see it is not really suitable.
                              Can anyone help?
                              Regards, Jon S.

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