Saturday, 18 May 2013

Whodunit ?


 
Well.....who did it?
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Fucked if I know

And no one else seems to know either!

21 comments:

  1. I dunno. But it must be chilly there with the jackets and sweaters.

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  2. I did not understand. What happened?

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  3. Well, don't look at me!
    Jane x

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  4. Wasn't me either ...I thought he was going to unveil the winner of the new " I was jack the ripper " celebrity contest ....... He conned me and I can only apologise ! Seriously enjoyed it though ! He was good !

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    1. It WAS an interesting night........and I loved the biccies

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  5. Jack the 'Ripper'? Did Jack let one rip? Somebody farted?

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  6. I think it was John that let one rip! (Sorry-couldn't resist).

    The Butler did it. He always does. .

    Cindy Bee

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  7. So did the film break?

    We are clueless, too, John. ;-)

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  8. It was Mrs Nasty, in a back alley, with a knife!

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  9. The man with no name.

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  10. .......... and, you missed Eurovision !!!! XXXX

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  11. Christer Holmgren/ Edward Stow (newest research) say: cab driver Charles Cross, from Bethnal Green (first witness, uncoherent statements)

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    1. He never mentioned him Brigitta!

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  12. Was it the Trelawnyd Parish Hall Committee?

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  13. The more I read Patricia Cornwell's book, the more I believe that she is right when she says that Jack the Ripper is buried in a small churchyard just outside Bath. The name on the stone is Walter Sickert.

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    1. Our lecturer was rather dismissive about cornwells findings...

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    2. Did your lecturer read the book?

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    3. Humm I wondered tha t... But I could be arsed asking him

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    4. As someone who has read her book , my opinion is that she is wrong .....as are you Tom if you think is on the right line ..... I think iit was a male , lived in London possibly but certainly UK , was around in 1888 and rather controversially was not well know, famous or has been yet identified or postulated as a murderer ! ....... I actually think it was a policeman or certainly a man dressed as such .....but I have no name to put to the knife

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    5. Jason
      Your chaps theory that basically the murders where not THAT important in the big scheme of things was an interesting point..... Life was cheap then,.....what are you organising next?

      An interesting nite...... Congratulations

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  14. no longer important to know who really did it...conjecture is so much more exciting!

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