Originally Posted by Abby Normal
and thanks for grasping the point of my post-I guess its a tad too subtle for some here.
whats the farthest distance the killer could have gone in approx. 35 minutes returning to Goulston street by 2:20?
I would suggest that that distance marks out the radius of a circle within which the killer had his home/bolthole.
Absolutely, except that the time should be less than 35 minutes, due to the fact that he obviously went to his bolthole for a reason, and that reason must have taken time out of his journey.
Arguably, if we grant him 15 minutes as a minimum, perhaps 30 minutes max. at his bolthole to clean up and do something with those organs, then his travel time is cut to 20 mins each way - min. to about 27 mins each way - max.
Unfortunately, you could cover a lot of distance in the East End in 20 minutes.