Tuesday, December 17, 2013 12:03:03 PM
Nah. Pure speculation. Besides, middle class people generally moistened their stamps with a small sponge in a sponge holder on their writing desks. They didn't lick them.
Tuesday, December 17, 2013 2:44:27 AM
I believe it's plausible to hand over a letter for the clerk do to all the work
DNA would not have been a consideration in those days, indeed fingerprinting had yet to be used in a conviction. It would be nice to think someone would use modern DNA methods to finally give us some answers.
Monday, December 16, 2013 8:54:00 PM
cont "...Witnesses who thought they saw Stride with a man earlier that night gave differing descriptions: some said her companion was fair, others dark; some said he was shabbily dressed, others well-dressed..." How about 'A person wearing expensive material clothing that did not fit well.` "...no sign of a struggle..." How about `Anesthetized from behind by a person she was convinced was not a threat.`
A woman, the victims either recognized as a woman or mistook for a teenager, with access to medical tools and not necessarily remote of the investigating personnel.