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  • Poll: Where was Jack in 1890?

    Where do you think Jack was in 1890?
    77
    Dead
    31.17%
    24
    In prison
    2.60%
    2
    In an insane asylum
    15.58%
    12
    Confined by family
    6.49%
    5
    Free in London
    23.38%
    18
    Free elsewhere in Britain
    2.60%
    2
    Free in another country
    11.69%
    9
    In the military
    1.30%
    1
    Working onboard ship
    1.30%
    1
    Another please explain
    3.90%
    3

  • #2
    If he was dead, he was likely in Hell.

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    • #3
      I doubt very much he was dead.He was probably still murdering homeless women but making sure all remains were disposed of---maybe buried,maybe at sea who knows where but properly disposed of so their remains didnt lead police back to him.

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      • #4
        He was having crumpets and tea over at Nats' house.

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        • #5
          My answer is: "He was living in the United States."

          Although tea and crumpet may have been served in Nats' house in 1890, I think you would have found blancmange and apple cider served there more often.

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          • #6
            Well my grandmother was born in 1894 and I remember her making delicious sponge cake! My other grandmother made mince pies and Ginger wine yummy!
            I might have given him mince pies laced with something nasty though Scott----well if I thought he was jack!

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            • #7
              Tea and any sort of cake sounds good!!

              As for Jack....free in London. Having just moved from 126 Cable Street to the basement of the White Hart, to be more specific.

              Cheers,
              Adam.

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              • #8
                Wormwood Scrubbs

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                • #9
                  Another please explain could be something like a leper colony, TB sanitarian, hospital, approved school, seminary or something else of the sort.

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                  • #10
                    Stan:

                    Or if he was really Jill the Ripper.....in a nunnery.

                    Cheers,
                    Adam.

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                    • #11
                      By the looks of the poll so far ( which doesn't mean that a poll in 2011 will reflect the same consensus )....most people feel Mr. Hold Back The Cold Meat was dead.

                      I wonder if thats a reflection on Druitt's viability...since he was dead by 1890.
                      So was Cohen.

                      Anyone care to mention which suspects they had in mind who they felt had a tag on their toe in 1890 ?
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                      • #12
                        Out of the suspects that were dead by 1890, W.H. Bury (hanged in 1889) has to be the most likely candidate. Forget Druitt.

                        Cheers,
                        Adam.

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                        • #13
                          AW:

                          That might hold true for some, but I'm wondering whether anyone else had included Bury ( thanks for mentioning him).
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Adam Went View Post
                            Stan:

                            Or if he was really Jill the Ripper.....in a nunnery.

                            Cheers,
                            Adam.
                            Yes, I'll put that one on the list.

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                            • #15
                              Parts unknown would be another possibility for "Another".

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