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UK 1888: Jack the Ripper

Discussion in 'Europe: Cold Cases' started by Lily, Jul 15, 2015.

  1. GarAndMo49

    GarAndMo49 Not A Sheeple

    Yeah, I really liked Sugden's presentation! He was so rational & objective, and wasn't focused on "revealing the Ripper", so to speak. I'm not sure if I'll ever be absolutely convinced that I can opine on a suspect. Chapman was a paradox, for sure, but I wouldn't dismiss him. Nor would I get stuck on him as THE ONE, IYKWIM.
     
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  2. Lily

    Lily Bronze Member

    Oh, I do know, G&M, lol... I'm finding some interesting parallels between JtR and some of the crimes and suspects surrounding the Black Dahlia case, atm. Very similar lust-murders, in the Elizabeth Short case, the murders of Otto Wilson & also some horrific unsolveds in Oklahoma city in the 70's-80's. I can't help seeing JtR as someone very similar to these more modern killers. Plus, in the Dahlia case, so many suspects... and many of them good ones, too!

    The rational, objective books always win my vote.. the "solved it!" ones always seem to be so flawed, when examined closely.
     
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  3. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

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  4. spike

    spike Bronze Member

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  5. Cousin Dupree

    Cousin Dupree Platinum Member

    :waiting:
     
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  6. spike

    spike Bronze Member

    :sneaking:
     
  7. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    @Lily - thank you so much for this thread. I read every word. I have nothing to add for the Ripper because I've never really studied him. That just might change. Thanks so much.
     

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