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Old 03-19-2008, 09:28 PM
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He was arrested for streaking or something in Highgate Cemetery once. Something like that. He has rumoured past links to the National Front. His real name is just plain old John Pope. He claims a Masonic background, which is almost certainly ficticious. He also claims he is descended from Vlad Tepes, Robin of Locksley and someone very important in Victorian England (I can't remember who, though).
Phil - well for all his bluster, DeLocksley does have at least one illustrious relative. He is the nephew of the late William Binding who has an interesting CV to say the least.

To start with, he was the head of the British division of the Ku Klux Klan. He also stood for parliament in 1997 as the BNP candidate for Dagenham. And he was a prominent member of the Springbok Club who agitate for the return of white supremacy in South Africa.

But I hear he quite liked kittens.
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Old 03-19-2008, 11:39 PM
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Can we please get this thread on track. As Ally said earlier on it is a thread for discussing articles in the Whitechapel Society Journal.

Fair enough if no-one has anything to say. Lets keep it a dormant thread if that is so.

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Still hoping for you all to subscribe.

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Old 03-25-2008, 10:43 PM
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My apologies to Coral.

I did not mean to hijack this thread - merely I was just trying to find out that I am not the only person who finds JTR fascinating without being castigated as a nutter!

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Great to be back!!!

I will be posting up details of the brand spanking new WS1888 Journal very soon.

This will be published next Saturday to coincide with our meeting featuring Fiona McCarthy's exclusive presentation concerning her ancestor, John McCarthy. Yes, it is he!!!

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Glad to have you back Adrian

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Hi Wednesday

Have just seen your reply to this thread.

No way are you a 'nutter'.

I have just spent the last couple of days 'archiving' stuff from my days with Ripperologist - I cant believe how many 'nutttersl ' actually wrote to me. but equally I treasure all the letters I have from Ripper authors.

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Looking forward to next week's meeting. I thought I was going to be in Wales, but will be back in time for the 2nd.
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Looking forward to this meeting too!
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I cant believe how many 'nutttersl ' actually wrote to me. but equally I treasure all the letters I have from Ripper authors.

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I can immediately think of four who fall into BOTH categories!

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I can immediately think of four who fall into BOTH categories!

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OK where you been hiding the Trenouth letter???
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