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Old October 9th, 2017, 03:09 AM   #11
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Hi Jerry, Yes, it is the same Malcolm Alexander Morris in the book. Atchaic posted about this book on casebook a few years back and I sent Tom the pic of Morris from it, but publishing pics is an expensive business I hear!!

http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=4494
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Hi Jerry,

Thanks for posting!

I'm always on the lookout for obscure books which make reference to people involved in the case. I must admit that I haven't come across this volume before. I'll look out for a copy.

Didn't Dr Tait opine that the Whitechapel and Thames torso murder's were the work of the same man?

A nice find.

My regards,

Sean.
Hi Sean,
Meymott Tidy is in Volume 1.
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Hi Jerry, Yes, it is the same Malcolm Alexander Morris in the book. Atchaic posted about this book on casebook a few years back and I sent Tom the pic of Morris from it, but publishing pics is an expensive business I hear!!

http://forum.casebook.org/showthread.php?t=4494

Thanks Debs,

I should have done a better search before posting. I'm glad it was found one way or the other, it has some interesting info in it.
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Thanks Debs,

I should have done a better search before posting. I'm glad it was found one way or the other, it has some interesting info in it.
Hi Jerry
It is very difficult to find anything posted here on forums or CB using a search engine these days. The CB archives are accessible and can be trawled but I can't find things I know I've definitely posted here myself a lot of the time now!
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Meymott Tidy is in Volume 1.
Cheers Debs!

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Hi How,

Thanks for posting the relevant section. Very interesting!

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