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  • Christer Holmgren
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    Originally posted by Steve Barrett View Post
    I'm a novice In Ripperology and Christer Holmgren's, 'Cutting Point', was my 2nd JTR book.
    The first being Sudgen's, 'The Complete History of Jack The Ripper', another excellent book.
    In my mind, 'Cutting Point', is a breath of fresh air in a field fraught with silly conspiracy theories.
    Congratulations!
    Only just saw this post, and I must of course bow to your generosity - many thanks!

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  • Steve Barrett
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    I'm a novice In Ripperology and Christer Holmgren's, 'Cutting Point', was my 2nd JTR book.
    The first being Sudgen's, 'The Complete History of Jack The Ripper', another excellent book.
    In my mind, 'Cutting Point', is a breath of fresh air in a field fraught with silly conspiracy theories.
    Congratulations!

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  • Edward Stow
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    I think it was an ex knackers yard, rather than a barn.

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Christer Holmgren View Post
    If you think it looks less of a moor than you desire, Gary, you may want to consider what the functonalists said: Less is moor!

    Maybe we should leave the topic of moors and moor lookalikes altogether?
    Perhaps we should.

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  • Christer Holmgren
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    If you think it looks less of a moor than you desire, Gary, you may want to consider what the functonalists said: Less is moor!

    Maybe we should leave the topic of moors and moor lookalikes altogether?

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Edward Stow View Post
    It was part of the moor.
    Some Yorkshire moors are now housing estates.
    And Moorgate’s in the City of London. The historical name may persist, but housing estates are not moors.

    Grouse shoots don’t take place in farmers fields with barns in them. Come on, Mr Stow, don’t dig your hole any deeper. You should have worn your walking boots and found some real moorland.









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  • Edward Stow
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    It was part of the moor.
    Some Yorkshire moors are now housing estates.

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Edward Stow View Post
    How do you want your Moors to look Gary?
    Like Blubberhouses Moor. Unenclosed upland pasture, covered in heather/rough grass - the sort of environment preferred by grouse.

    You’re not trying to suggest the enclosed fields you wandered through in the film are examples of moorland, are you?

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  • Edward Stow
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    How do you want your Moors to look Gary?

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  • Christer Holmgren
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    Originally posted by Gary Barnett View Post

    Funny-looking moor.
    The moor, the merrier!

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Edward Stow View Post
    Cutting Point on YouTube

    https://youtu.be/uIzcnejGOuY
    Funny-looking moor.

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  • Edward Stow
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    Cutting Point on YouTube

    https://youtu.be/uIzcnejGOuY

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Edward Stow View Post
    Received... at last!
    Coals to Newcastle.

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  • Edward Stow
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    Received... at last!

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Christer Holmgren View Post

    I hope you will enjoy it, Gary.
    It arrived this morning. It’s a nicely produced book.

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