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Old 07-01-2019, 05:54 PM   #1
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Question The Butcher of Kingsbury Run

The case eliot ness never solved Also known as the Cleveland Torso Murderer, this horrifying, historic case remains unsolved. This serial killer is believed to be responsible for upwards of 12 murders in Cleveland, Ohio, beginning in 1935. The killerís M.O. was to always behead and dismember his victims, sometimes cutting the body in half. Eliot Ness of the FBI spearheaded the investigation, but the case went cold. Some say the killer was the one responsible for the black dahlia murder I think it might have been Jack the ripper for the kingsbury run murders
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Jack the Ripper embarked on his campaign in 1888, but the Mad Butcher operated in 1935. If Jack committed these atrocities, he would have been pretty spry for a guy who would have been entering his geriatric years. If we assume Jack started killing at the age of 18, he would have been about 65 in 1935. It’s possible for senior citizens to commit murder—I’m not saying it isn’t—but the brutality of the Cleveland murders would require considerable strength and stamina that someone that age would be unlikely to have. Plus, it’s also unlikely that Jack would gruesomely murder five people, then not commit any more until he hits his senior years and is like, “What the heck for old times’ sake?” The Ripper Murders point to a disorganized serial killer and they tend to keep going until something stops them, be it the police, the nuthouse, or death.
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The case eliot ness never solved Also known as the Cleveland Torso Murderer, this horrifying, historic case remains unsolved. This serial killer is believed to be responsible for upwards of 12 murders in Cleveland, Ohio, beginning in 1935. The killerís M.O. was to always behead and dismember his victims, sometimes cutting the body in half. Eliot Ness of the FBI spearheaded the investigation, but the case went cold. Some say the killer was the one responsible for the black dahlia murder I think it might have been Jack the ripper for the kingsbury run murders
You're insinuating that Jack the Ripper started killing again in a new country after an almost 50 year absence?
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Hey! I’m half convinced the Zodiac and the Unabomber are the same dude... anything is possible!
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Not to sound negative, but threads of all of these cases can be found in a simple search instead of posting multiple threads. I'm surprised that they haven't been merged with the megathreads.
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It’s a fair suggestion. I’ll do what I can. I think there are posters who may not be totally clear on how to use the search function.
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Dunno. I kind of think these are welcomely different than the usual stuff on here. I made up a new word to describe it.
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There is a book that suggested Jack the ripper and the killer for kingsbury run are the same person
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A 70 year old Jack the ripper??
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Yes there is a book that suggest that they maybe the same person
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There are a lot of books about crackpot theories.
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There are a lot of books about a lot of things. Doesn’t make them true.
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