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The Witnesses + Evidence Inquest testimonies and how they have influenced Ripperology...from Albert Cadosch to a cry of "Oh,Murder !"....from the Goulston Street Graffito to those letters from Hell.

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Old October 15th, 2017, 04:24 PM   #121
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I think this is Elizabeth Terrace, Cloudesley Place. The building at the end of the street is the Agricultural Hall.

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Old January 1st, 2018, 05:21 PM   #122
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Cross for me is the prime suspect, didn't a victim have Crosses cut under her eyes?
No. There were cuts on the face of Kate Eddowes, probably caused in the process of slicing her nose, but 'crosses' they were not.
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Old January 1st, 2018, 07:06 PM   #123
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No. There were cuts on the face of Kate Eddowes, probably caused in the process of slicing her nose, but 'crosses' they were not.
Certainly look like crosses !

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Old June 20th, 2018, 05:23 PM   #124
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From the Islington Gazette Dec 29th, 1876

FATAL ACCIDENT

An inquiry was held on Wednesday, at the Coroner's Court, touching the death of Walter Williams, aged four years, who was run over by a Pickford's van.

Walter Williams, of 36, Cloudesley-road, a jeweler, and father of the deceased, said on Thursday last he was told that his boy was run over and killed. He made inquiries, and he had reason to blame the driver, believing he had not exercised proper care.

George Porter, a traveler, said on Thursday, at about four o-clock in the afternoon, he was outside his brother's shop, 3, Elizabeth-terrace, when he witnessed the accident. He saw a Pickford's van going towards Liverpool-road, and he saw deceased and another child about to cross the road. The driver called out, and the witness then saw deceased reel against the near side shaft of the van about two feet from the pavement. The driver tried to pull up but the wheels went over deceased.

Henrietta Owen, of 100, Aldenham-street said she was in Elizabeth-terrace on the day in question, and saw the child run over. The van was going slowly. One child drew back, but deceased was caught by the wheel.

Dr. Hindhaugh, of Barnsbury-road, deposed that deceased was brought to his surgery in a dying state. The cause of death was internal injuries and facture of an arm.

William Warner, of 25, Henry-street, deposed to seeing the accident, and said he heard the driver shout, but the horse was then on the child.

Charles Cross, carman to Pickford and Co., said he was crossing with his van from Copenhagen-street to Elizabeth-street, when two children seemed to come from behind a trap that was standing on the off-side, all in an instant, running against his horses. He tried to pull up, but found it was impossible.

The jury expressed the opinion that the driver was not to blame, and they returned a verdict of "Accidental death."
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Old June 20th, 2018, 05:38 PM   #125
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Certainly look like crosses !
Eddowes had been stitched up at the point that photo was taken. Those "crosses" are sutures.
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Old June 20th, 2018, 06:45 PM   #126
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Thanks for posting that article, Roy
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