Discussion in 'Green Room' started by Perris Calderon, May 18, 2006.
let me know what you think
"The results were "inconclusive" and not forensically reliable" - Seems to be an absolute load of ol' bo11ocks hehe!
it *may* be female, well nothing like a 50/50 chance is there...
So all that work and basicaly you're no better off than if you'd taken a wild guess to start with.
every now and then another myth emerges over Jack the Ripper. This is another of those myths.
There's a new one every 6 months or so,not so long ago Patricia Cornwell said that Walter Sickert was Jack the Ripper.
Isn't it obvious that it may have been a woman? As Khayman said it's 50/50 chance :cheeky:
I think it was a polar bear.
Along the same lines I think we can safely say that it may be someone over 40, or indeed someone with brown hair, and possibly even someone with a pair of legs. They may have worn a tweed jacket, and sometimes sunglasses. I think it's fair to say that is definitely possible...