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  • Snipersunset
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    Originally posted by j.r-ahde View Post
    Hello you all!

    If we consider the murder of MJK to be the peak for Saucy Jacky, would he have started in a more modest manner again?!

    All the best
    Jukka
    I don't know why but I thought this. I've just been reading about her and popped over to see what others thought.

    I'm a maybe, but can't vote as i haven't posted enough yet.

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  • Uncle Jack
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    Wish I knew David! I should have made the votes public!

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  • DVV
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    Hi Adam,

    have you found the sexy girl who said "yes" ?
    I told you, bring her to the church and she'll say "yes" as well.

    Amitiés,
    David

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  • Uncle Jack
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    Death by strangulation would not nessisarily mean that Jack changed his method of murder. There is evidence that he strangled his victims before cutting the throats in the C5. If Jack did murder Catherine, or Rose (as she is commonly referred as), then it is possible that he could have strangled her and was interrupted before he had chance to use the knife.

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  • curious
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    Originally posted by j.r-ahde View Post
    Hello curious!


    One can say, that Jack the Ripper did change his MO a bit;

    MJK was killed indoors.

    Though, I personally think, that it was a necessity; probably the girls on the street had become more cautious and Mary Jane thought herself to be safe indoors!

    All the best
    Jukka
    you're right. JtR did change, somewhat with each kill. BUT would he change that drastically?

    curious

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  • j.r-ahde
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    Hello curious!


    One can say, that Jack the Ripper did change his MO a bit;

    MJK was killed indoors.

    Though, I personally think, that it was a necessity; probably the girls on the street had become more cautious and Mary Jane thought herself to be safe indoors!

    All the best
    Jukka

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  • Rob Clack
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    Two men (apparently sailors) were seen hurrying away from the area of Clark's Yard just before the body was found.

    And it's actually Catherine Mylett, not Rose which was one of the aliases she used.

    Rob

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  • curious
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    Originally posted by j.r-ahde View Post
    Hello you all!

    If we consider the murder of MJK to be the peak for Saucy Jacky, would he have started in a more modest manner again?!

    All the best
    Jukka
    more modest?

    or simply trying something new?

    Most likely Rose Mylett was murdered by someone else. But Bury did purchase cord with which to strangle his wife . . . . . and appeared to think himself JtR.

    Since Mylett and the C5 remain unsolved, can anyone really say with certainty (well they CAN SAY, or course, but no one can REALLY know) whether JtR would change methods or not?

    just thinking,

    curious

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  • ianincleveland
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    No but unlike Anderson i do think she was murdered by somebody!!

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  • j.r-ahde
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    Hello you all!

    If we consider the murder of MJK to be the peak for Saucy Jacky, would he have started in a more modest manner again?!

    All the best
    Jukka

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  • curious
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    Originally posted by Uncle Jack View Post
    OK so Rose seems a very unlikely Ripper victim and I think I know what the majority vote will be but I thought I would pose the question seeing as am probably one of the only people who believe it could be possible so here goes.....

    Did Jack the Ripper murder Rose Mylett?

    If anyone votes YES then post your views on why you believe this.
    If JtR happened to be William Bury, it would be perfect for Rose to have been a JtR victim. He was continuing to evolve and trying cords or strings instead of his hands for strangulation.

    curious

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  • Uncle Jack
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  • DVV
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    Originally posted by Uncle Jack View Post
    I would love to hear from the person who voted the same as me!!
    I understand that, Adam,

    and if it's a girl, you should even marry her.

    Amitiés,
    David

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  • Uncle Jack
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    The change of location could be due to the large scale increase of police activity in the killer's usual hunting ground after the Kelly murder and maybe he wanted to focus elsewhere because of this. The lack of knife wounds could be due to interuption, as with Stride. The two sailors I would say are not serious suspect as they were last seen with the victim an hour and forty five minutes before te murder, which would allow time for another person (whether that is Jack or not) to come along and murder her just moments before her body was found. Just a theory but I do realise that 99.99% of Ripper researchers would not accept this. I would love to hear from the person who voted the same as me!! But in light of my own choices David I would now go back and vote MAYBE if I could.
    Last edited by Uncle Jack; 01-11-2010, 11:45 PM.

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  • DVV
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    Amazing... You're not alone, Adam...

    I confess these "Yes" are beyond me - especially with a "maybe" option.
    The two sailors (if ever Ptolomey and Graves saw the same guys) have to be the only suspects.
    Where's Jack knife ?
    And what about the location ?

    Amitiés,
    David

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