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    The Times, 2nd April 1879—

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  • #2
    OMG a chicken on the suspect list now! Well I guess it could have disappeared neatly enough- only to be dispatched by Dids - hence the murders stopped!xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    Cluck off!!! GREAT story though!!!!!!!! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    • #3
      He should've kept turkeys. That way he could have undercut the local unfortunates by charging a penny a gobble.

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      • #4
        Aaaaaaaaaaagh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! maybe tuppence for a 'goose'

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        • #5
          Why did the chicken cross the road?
          To carry the apron to the dwellings!

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          • #6
            There's a pattern emerging:

            Kate "Chick" Eddowes
            Millet Court
            Leather Capon
            Henbury Street
            Albert Crow
            Inspector Walter Peck
            Mrs Cluckhurst
            Thomas J Pullet
            Paté Rooster Row
            Leghorn of the Strand
            Mrs Buk-Buk-Buk-Buk-Buki

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            • #7
              Mary Ann Cox !!!.....and......Dont forget Cluckridge who Warren said was released from an asylum on 4th Aug- obviously been cooped up for a while!

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              • #8
                Thomas Broiler checks up on Mary Kelly...

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                • #9


                  Evidence from Millers Court that it was after all at the end of the day- a cock -up!!

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                  • #10
                    There was a market stall on Goulston Street that specialised in selling pullet hens.

                    One day the owner also brought a cockeral along to sell and it took a fancy to one of the hens. The hen ran down the road with the cockeral in pursuit and the owner chased them through the market shouting 'Grab my cock and pullet'.
                    Itsnotrocketsurgery

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                    • #11
                      Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee good job no one thought to write that one down!

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                      • #12
                        Kate "Chick" Eddowes
                        Millet Court
                        Leather Capon
                        Henbury Street
                        Albert Crow
                        Inspector Walter Peck
                        Mrs Cluckhurst
                        Thomas J Pullet
                        Paté Rooster Row
                        Leghorn of the Strand
                        Mrs Buk-Buk-Buk-Buk-Buki

                        Great stuff,Gareth

                        Yours

                        Polly Wannacracker Nichols
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                        Contact Howard@jtrforums.com

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                        • #13
                          In the name of the Queen, I demand you show me your chicken.

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                          • #14
                            Oh Gawd thought you meant mi C*** mi lord!

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                            • #15
                              Do we have Hencage Court yet?
                              Also
                              Up before the beak
                              Assault and battery
                              Chapman placed in the same shell as Nichols
                              and Pearly Poll trying to identify the soldier : "Nah, the one I saw had yolk on."

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