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  • I think you're right, Bob...I hear they have a good medical facility for men with severe head trauma...like I just got from about 5 right jabs.
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    • Trivia question for you fine people............

      We have suspects in the Whitechapel Murders, however tenuous and/or impractical.....from North America, South America, The Antipodes...etc.

      Who is the first person mentioned in the frame work as being the Ripper living in AFRICA at the time his candidacy was suggested ?
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      • wild guess

        Hello Howard. Wild guess: Deeming?

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        • Deeming
          Tel
          Lacerta es reptiles quisnam mos non exsisto accuso nusquam

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          • No, Lynn.
            No, Your Highness.
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            • Baron Swanson then!
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              • Frederick Deeming

                • A sailor who suffered of, “brain fever,” and often noted as a cheat, Deeming’s murder of his two wives and children were found by the owner of his house through the smell of decomposition. Jailed in Perth in 1892, he told other inmates that he was Jack the Ripper, but the fact that he was in South Africa at the time rules him out from being a suspect, even if the style of murder was similar.
                Tel
                Lacerta es reptiles quisnam mos non exsisto accuso nusquam

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                • Do I get two goes?

                  Stephenson, alias Roslyn D'Onston
                  Tel
                  Lacerta es reptiles quisnam mos non exsisto accuso nusquam

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                  • No Tel...Deeming isn't the fellow and while D'Onston claimed to have gone to Africa, the truth is a little different.

                    Its Alfred Gray..who in early 1889 was picked up in Tunis.
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                    • Here's one :

                      How many buckets were required by the police in the removal of body parts of Mary Kelly from 13 Millers Court ?
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                      • Two buckets.

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                        • No Bob...
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                          • One bucket.

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                            • Bob:
                              See if you can find someone smart ( include me out, as I can't give hints to anyone who responds to this question )and get 'em to help.
                              No, again.
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                              • Three buckets.

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