- May 3, 2019
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I prefer looking at the places, history and mythology than all the creepy corpse pics, and the details of the actual crimes.
I'm a wuss.
I'm a wuss.
100% agree newt. That makes me a wuss as well then.I prefer looking at the places, history and mythology than all the creepy corpse pics, and the details of the actual crimes.
I'm a wuss.
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*note to self* NEVER go anywhere with members of this forum. i will end up skinned and buggered.A handbag got stolen from one member that night (no longer posting, not due to said theft).
At another London meet we discovered the 'Spankorama' in Soho (but made our excuses and left).
There was an unfortunate outbreak of faux Irish dancing in a dog rough Irish gay pub that almost got another member of this forum killed at another meet in Brighton.
The meet you're thinking of was just a couple of folks from here met up with another person who used to post here and said person turned out to be not quite as good company as we'd hoped for and to cut a long story short we barely escaped with our lives.
Here's a direct link to the article lest it gets lost in the mists of time:
1891?From that article:
In 1891, Aaron Kosminski was confined to the Colney Hatch Asylum. The 5 “canonical murders” which have been officially credited to Jack the Ripper stopped soon after.
Good ep, that, some questionable details aside. Who knew Piglet was really a homicidal maniac?The Star Trek episode, "Wolf in the Fold"
To quote the episode:-I think that was a name used on one of the other planets the entity had gone to?
I'm guessing it was cooked up to facilitate a suitably dramatic reveal, but I don't know for sure.Wolf in the Fold said:COMPUTER: Redjac. Source Earth, nineteenth century. Language, English. Nickname for mass murderer of women. Other Earth synonym, Jack the Ripper.
"Redjac" is the (phonetically interpreted) name uttered by the Argelian woman Sybo, who used an "empathic contact" to read Scotty's mind (or emotions, or whatever ... ). "Red Jack" is mentioned later as a clue derived from this odd "Redjac" label that the ephemeral entity was the same one known on earth as "Jack the Ripper."... One curiosity. It gives old JR the alternate moniker of Redjac. Any precedence for that, or was it made up entirely for the episode, I wonder?
"Redjac" comes from "Red Jack", "Red Jack" came into the screenplay by way of Bloch, and Bloch alluded to JTR as "Red Jack" in his earlier short story."Mr. Carmody," he said, "have you ever heard of — Jack the Ripper?"
"The murderer?" I asked.
"Exactly. The greatest monster of them all. Worse than Springheel Jack or Crippen. Jack the Ripper. Red Jack."