>> ... they all offered differing versions of the grammar and spelling<<
Excepting the vague chance that Bruce Robinson is right, I always lean to Warren's version being the most accurate. He was an exacting man by nature and he knew the importance of and had experience in accurately transcribing messages on walls accurately.
"Whenever an expert says something that bolsters the Lechmere theory, it is not my task to disprove him ..." Fisherman
Thanks for posting this. I see three strange flaws in the writing. The "J" does not look like a J. And the second letter after the alleged "J" looks like a "c". Also in the word "men" the lower case n looks like a y. Maybe he was drunk when he wrote this as well. This writing does not match his signature at all.
Exactly.And you have proved it.. because you cannot spell his name correctly either.
You are wrong Phil, I can spell his first name correctly but simply couldn't be bothered to find the right symbol on the keyboard because it wasn't the point I was making. The point was actually proved by the fact that I had to google his surname in order to check I was spelling it correctly.