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    Greetings, due to the fact that I was unable to provide a certain date to the finding of the foot by Inspector Edmund Walker on the Battersea, I wanted to ask if someone can tell me when Mr Walker exactly found the foot or if it is lost in history.

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      Does anyone know which Regent's Canal murder from (1871?) this 1874 newspaper article refers to?
      Last edited by RockySullivan; 01-24-2021, 07:52 AM.

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        The body was found in September 1871
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          Originally posted by MrZorro3331 View Post
          Greetings, due to the fact that I was unable to provide a certain date to the finding of the foot by Inspector Edmund Walker on the Battersea, I wanted to ask if someone can tell me when Mr Walker exactly found the foot or if it is lost in history.
          Walker found part of the leg in Lambeth on Saturday September 13 from Nottinghamshire Guardian 19 Sep 1873, Fri. Did Walker also find one of the feet?
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            thank you very much
            it sounds like the Putney Mystery, but I'am not sure of it @RockySullivan

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              Originally posted by MrZorro3331 View Post
              thank you very much
              it sounds like the Putney Mystery, but I'am not sure of it @RockySullivan
              The first article is about the 1874 Putney Mystery but it mentions this 1871 Regent's Canal case I wasn't aware of

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