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If the 1873 torso is part of the series - and I have little doubt that it is - then keep in mind that far from keeping or hiding the head, the killer actually cut the whole face and scalp away and threw it in the Thames. That is not effective identity hiding.
Really? I must have forgotten that and I read Trow.

Which discovery was that one?
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If he did not mind Nichols and Chapman and Stride (on the same night!) being ID:d, why would he mind Eddowes having her ID revealed?
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Really? I must have forgotten that and I read Trow.

Which discovery was that one?
Trow has it in his book - September 1873. If you have not read up about this victim, I recommend you do so. She is of the utmost importance.

Gordon does NOT have her in his book, for a very obvious reason. He opts for the Salamanca Place victim instead, and for just as obvious a cause...
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Trow has it in his book - September 1873. If you have not read up about this victim, I recommend you do so. She is of the utmost importance.

Gordon does NOT have her in his book, for a very obvious reason. He opts for the Salamanca Place victim instead, and for just as obvious a cause...
I read Gordon before Trow and might have just forgotten it (obviously have) and will look again in Trow.

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I read Gordon before Trow and might have just forgotten it (obviously have) and will look again in Trow.

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