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  • Howard Brown
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    Stan:

    I get the impression sometimes that Mackenzie's murder would be discussed more if more was known about her.
    That's a good point you make.

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  • Stan Reid
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    Only two beat Another

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  • Stan Reid
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    With more than one in five saying McKenzie, I surprised her murder isn't more discussed.

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  • Stan Reid
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    Depending on how you define serial killer.

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  • Stan Reid
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    Much earlier and Jack might not be a serial killer.

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  • Stan Reid
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    I assume that no one thinks that the last victim was before Eddowes.

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  • Stan Reid
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    Originally posted by Stan Reid View Post
    I wonder who the ultimate "last victim" would be - Dimmock?
    If so then Jack had slowed his pace markedly.

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  • Stan Reid
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    Originally posted by Stan Reid View Post
    I do know that over on Webslueths they have polls where you can change your vote as well as expand the poll with writ-ins.
    I don't think their poll has a numerical limit either. If so, I don't see that anyone has hit it yet.

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  • Stan Reid
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    I wonder who the ultimate "last victim" would be - Dimmock?

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  • Stan Reid
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    Uh, she was at least.

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  • Stan Reid
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    Ah, Mary Kelly no longer has a majority.

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  • Stan Reid
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    McKenzie is maybe a little stronger then I expected.

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  • Stan Reid
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    I guess we have to hope for the best.

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  • Robert Linford
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    I'm beginning to think the last victim was Tel. Where has he got to?

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  • Stan Reid
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    Originally posted by Celesta View Post
    It seems a poll showing how people's perceptions of this change over time would tell us how people evolve in this field, in their thinking. It could tell us other things, in addition. Maybe a sort of floating poll? I know that my ideas about the victims have changed several times, and I think that's true for a lot of people. If there was a poll set up---somehow---to allow people to vote again, if they change their mind on an issue, and if there was way to keep track of these changes, over a period of time, say a year or so, might be interesting.
    I do know that over on Webslueths they have polls where you can change your vote as well as expand the poll with writ-ins.

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