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Old 04-13-2018, 04:49 AM
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I remember reading something about a Lizzie Fisher and drawers - a newspaper mistakenly called Mary Kelly, Fisher.
Oops, that might have been me, accidentally spreading misinformation. I posted once about that link but had misremembered the name written in the drawers; it was actually L E Fisher, not Lizzie Fisher, and was traced to a Laura Fisher. Sorry about that.
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"No worries, Dave. I'm more offended by being called Ma'am to be honest."

That made me laugh. I feel the same way when some young'un calls me Sir. Especially if it is coming from an attractive young woman.

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Old 04-15-2018, 04:08 AM
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To accept Liz Jackson as a Ripper victim you also have to accept all the other Torso murders including those of 1873, 1874 and 1884 as Ripper victims as the MO's are much closer to Liz Jackson's murder than any of the Ripper murders.
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To accept Liz Jackson as a Ripper victim you also have to accept all the other Torso murders including those of 1873, 1874 and 1884 as Ripper victims as the MO's are much closer to Liz Jackson's murder than any of the Ripper murders.
That didnīt come out very clear. For your information, I DO accept the other torso cases as being the probable work of the same killer that was called the Ripper.

The reason that Jackson is spoken about is that she is very close to Chapman and Kelly in terms of the mutilation and evisceration carried out. Plus we know she prostituted herself, as did the Ripper victims.
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That didnīt come out very clear. For your information, I DO accept the other torso cases as being the probable work of the same killer that was called the Ripper.

The reason that Jackson is spoken about is that she is very close to Chapman and Kelly in terms of the mutilation and evisceration carried out. Plus we know she prostituted herself, as did the Ripper victims.
I'm aware you accept the other torso victims as being of the same hand. Jackson is spoken about as a possible Ripper victim as she was killed relatively shortly after the Canon's. I don't see that many similarities between Jackson and Kelly and Chapman and nor do many others.
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