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That puts Dale's 'theory' firmly in its place!! Priceless.
Pretty sure it happened with each of. His previous threads.

It’s not his first run at this BS, but last time he had contracts to publish his book and all sorts of claims that turned out to be bunkum.
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Looks like he has even had a crack at raising money to publish on Kickstarter.

Where he wants $10,000.

So far got $600.
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I appreciate that, AN, thank you. However, the truth of the matter is that I've been slowly removing myself from most of my habitual online forums over the past few weeks. They take up far too much of my attention, and time, time that I should be spending at the easel. And honestly, Jack the Ripper isn't as big an interest of mine now as it used to be. I honestly think it might be time to stop hanging around. I appreciate your thoughts though, thank you.
You will be missed Henry. I always enjoy reading your posts even though I now avoid ‘diary’ stuff like the plague.

Good luck with the painting and please resist the temptation to paint Catherine Eddowes into a bunch of tulips (apparently it’s been done )
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Looks like he has even had a crack at raising money to publish on Kickstarter.

Where he wants $10,000.

So far got $600.
That’s 600 people who will want their money back
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You will be missed Henry. I always enjoy reading your posts even though I now avoid ‘diary’ stuff like the plague.

Good luck with the painting and please resist the temptation to paint Catherine Eddowes into a bunch of tulips (apparently it’s been done )
Lol. Now that was funny.
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Eddowes was given the tulips by a journalist.

It was Tulips From Harry Dam.
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I can't remember now, but was this photograph ever positively identified as being of Mr Vincent?

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Certainly looks like him. Provenance? I don't know. Came up on my tweet line.
http://www.joellesteele.com/article-346.html Another opinion.

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