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  • Howard Brown
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    Thanks a lot, RC !

    The Referee
    April 24, 1910
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  • Rob Clack
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    The full article:

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  • Rob Clack
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    Sims also wrote this in 1907
    Lloyd's Weekly News Sunday 22 September 1907

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  • Howard Brown
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    John:

    There may be something concerning MLM and Sims in here :



    In the early part of the 20th century ( look for those two threads in the Newspaper section, when possible), Sims mentions the drowned doctor theory on a few occasions....link to follow.


    George Sims was a Druitt man. Since that's the case, this line referring to Jack The Ripper being released from an asylum would be about Druitt.

    The Referee
    Mustard & Cress Column, Page 11
    October 13, 1907
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  • Howard Brown
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    John:

    There are a couple of other interesting remarks made by Sims in the 'Mustard & Cress' columns....let me see if I can dig them up. They're on the boards.

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  • John Malcolm
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    Interesting stuff! Looks like it could have been G.R. Sims who supplied the details related to the Macnaghten Memorandum, as he wrote for The Referee at some point.
    Last edited by John Malcolm; February 22, 2020, 03:20 PM. Reason: Wanted to add more.

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  • Howard Brown
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    Anderson's Fairy Tales

    The Referee
    April 17, 1910
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