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Default Mystery photographs found in car-boot sale box

Nothing to do with JtR but things like this help keep alive the prospect of hidden discoveries coming to light in the future.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-45247730
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Nothing to do with JtR but things like this help keep alive the prospect of hidden discoveries coming to light in the future.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-45247730
Yep you just never know what’ll pop up
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Yep you just never know what’ll pop up
As the Bishop said to the actress
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-45247730
You would think that something special, something that has family history linking it with these crimes, would be something you might not display anywhere, but that you would keep with your other keepsakes nonetheless.
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I'm hoping against all the evidence that photos of the GSG will show up. But that would require double negatives.
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I'm hoping against all the evidence that photos of the GSG will show up.
Still?
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There is definatelly a chance of getting abberline at last..
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Glass negatives are very common in the antiques trade .They turn up all the time and I know people who develop them, but it is very nice to get them cheap at a boot fair!

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There was a photographer named J L Akkersdyk whose father ran the Prussian Eagle pub in Ship Alley. I believe he moved to Cape Town where he started a photography business which still exists. I once emailed them asking if they had an archive of photos taken by their founder, but I didn't get a reply.

Just imagine, a photographer just across the Highway from Breezers Hill and across Wellclose Square from NE Passage...
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