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Old 06-16-2018, 12:26 AM
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In a thoroughfare full of common lodging houses, housing the best part of a thousand people, it's hardly surprising if more than one Ripper victim had some connection to Dorset Street, or "Dosset Street" as it was sometimes known.
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Yes, myosin fibers.
I've also seen is suggested that the cramp we get periodically, which is due in part to a buildup of lactic acid, also is a contributing factor in Rigor Mortis.
There are contesting opinions on this.
Thanks, Jon.
The knowledge about it being a chemical process was out there then?

Kühne's ideas were picked up by the Lancet by 81 and also Charles Meymott Tidy, chemist, solicitor, author of a popular 80's medical jurisprudence text and public health and analyst for the City of London in the mid eighties,(taken over by Sedgewick Saunders) also referenced Kühne and the Lancet article in his jurisprudence text on the chapter dealing with rigor.
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In a thoroughfare full of common lodging houses, housing the best part of a thousand people, it's hardly surprising if more than one Ripper victim had some connection to Dorset Street, or "Dosset Street" as it was sometimes known.
Four in Dorset Street and two in Flower and Dean,not to mention Thrawl Street.

Eddowes and Nichols were probably Jack's inpatients together in 1867/68 with Rheumatic fever,caused by Strep pyogenes which takes up residence in the intestines.

Nichols moves in next door to Eddowes.
Eddowes goes hopping and days later Nichols is killed.

Nichols and Chapman both killed around Hanbury Street,Jack's route home from London Hospital.

Next street after Hanbury is Spital Square where Dr Phillips resided.
Street after that is Primrose,where the parents of a child who lived with Hutchinson lived.

Eddowes returns for a reward,thinking she knows who Jack is.

All coincidences

Suspect Maxwell had her days mixed up.
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All coincidences
Yes, almost certainly.
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Especially the wounds to the lower abdomens of Nichols and Eddowes
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Yet, two women arriving at No.2 Millers Court, 30 minutes apart is too much of a coincidence to believe????
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Thanks, Jon.
The knowledge about it being a chemical process was out there then?

Kühne's ideas were picked up by the Lancet by 81 and also Charles Meymott Tidy, chemist, solicitor, author of a popular 80's medical jurisprudence text and public health and analyst for the City of London in the mid eighties,(taken over by Sedgewick Saunders) also referenced Kühne and the Lancet article in his jurisprudence text on the chapter dealing with rigor.
Thankyou Debs.

Have you happened to see any papers on the topic (like you mention above) explaining how they understood this effect to work in 1888?
I don't see anything at present.
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Yet, two women arriving at No.2 Millers Court, 30 minutes apart is too much of a coincidence to believe????
Keyler and Lewis?
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Suspect Maxwell had her days mixed up.
This is without a doubt the lamest excuse for dismissing the most reliable of witnesses to fit into a theory .
For those people on that street that discovery was a 9/11 moment ..... you don't get that day wrong
Has anyone ever suggested similar with any other witness ?
"Oooh , I can't make her fit, let's brand her a complete imbecile , then we can write off Maurice Lewis as he wasn't called to the inquest and ignore the unnamed witness in the times , jobs a good un" Ripperology at its finest 😀
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I just threw that in so as to be on topic
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