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Old 11-14-2017, 05:37 PM
DirectorDave DirectorDave is offline
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I think the idea of these two murders being unconnected is improbable.

However it is not improbable they could have been commuted by a different murderer.

If the cry went up from Berner Street "The Ripper's struck again" and Jack is out having a quiet pint, he finished his pint leaves the pub and while the police are running in the opposite direction he finds a woman walking alone, still a bit worse for drink and they agree to some business in a dark corner of mitre square.

Two murders, by different hands, but the later inspired by the former.
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