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Welcome to Jack the Ripper's Asylum! Jack the Ripper In the Autumn of 1888 five prostitutes in an area known as Whitechapel became victims of the killer we now call Jack the Ripper. This is Saucy Jacky's unofficial playground... Check out the discussions, chats, fun and games with like-minded inmates in an attempt to get into the mind and place of Britain's most notorius serial killer... Ha ha. Catch us if you can Mr. Lusk.
Eight little whores, with no hope of heaven, Gladstone may save one, then there'll be seven. Seven little whores beggin for a shilling, One stays in Henage Court, then there's a killing. Six little whores, glad to be alive, One sidles up to Jack, then there are five. Four and whore rhyme aright, So do three and me, I'll set the town alight Ere there are two. Two little whores, shivering with fright, Seek a cosy doorway in the middle of the night. Jack's knife flashes, then there's but one, And the last one's the ripest for Jack's idea of fun.

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PostSubject: Jack the perfectionist    Sun Mar 18, 2012 1:30 pm


Here is a paper-cut from 1875 printed in a well known London newspaper, still is.
From 11 September- December 1875 London was in the spell of the Wainwrights Case.
It was known as; 'The Whitechapel mystery', because it was such an odd event.
One of the witnesses was Charles Fietjen, was reported living at 48 Berners street, Whitechapel. In 1888 the same Berner Street became the crime scene of Elizabeth Stride.
The extra 's' or missing 's' makes a difference between rich-man/ poor-man. Through the sad tail of Elizabeth about the Thames collision a link was created.
There is a Berners Street at Oxford Road Lambeth. In this area, the surrounding streets forms a situation sketch or blueprint of the same time disaster of 1878. Berners Street is through Mortimer Street situated near Bywell Place, more like a alley.
To be continued.
P.S. I hope that the images were crossed over, without it, then it is hard to follow.
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