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holdharmonysacred:

unexplained-events:

From Hell
Letter by Jack the Ripper
A photograph of the letter written in 1888 by a person who claimed to be Jack the Ripper. The letter and a kidney were received by George Lusk.
From hell
Mr LuskSorI send you half theKidne I took from one womenprasarved it for you tother pieceI fried and ate it was very nise. Imay send you the bloody knif thattook it out if you only wate a whillonger.
signedCatch me whenyou CanMishter Lusk

No, but you forgot the best part:
If I remember correctly, this particular letter is generally accepted by those who study Jack the Ripper to be the only one that was really truly sent by the real killer (No, not even the letter that gave Jack their name is accepted as real).
One particular piece of evidence supporting this was the aforementioned kidney. An actual kidney was sent, and said kidney was studied, with the results showing that the kidney was diseased. The diseases the kidney showed signs of matched the diseases that one of the victims had, more or less confirming that the kidney had, indeed, come from that woman.
And naturally, the only people who could have accessed the kidneys were the investigators, whoever handled the dead body, and the killer themself. Thus…
Of course, I have to find a source for the above, so I could be wrong. If/when I find a source I’ll be sure to add it.

holdharmonysacred:

unexplained-events:

From Hell

Letter by Jack the Ripper

A photograph of the letter written in 1888 by a person who claimed to be Jack the Ripper. The letter and a kidney were received by George Lusk.

From hell

Mr Lusk
Sor
I send you half the
Kidne I took from one women
prasarved it for you tother piece
I fried and ate it was very nise. I
may send you the bloody knif that
took it out if you only wate a whil
longer.

signed
Catch me when
you Can
Mishter Lusk

No, but you forgot the best part:

If I remember correctly, this particular letter is generally accepted by those who study Jack the Ripper to be the only one that was really truly sent by the real killer (No, not even the letter that gave Jack their name is accepted as real).

One particular piece of evidence supporting this was the aforementioned kidney. An actual kidney was sent, and said kidney was studied, with the results showing that the kidney was diseased. The diseases the kidney showed signs of matched the diseases that one of the victims had, more or less confirming that the kidney had, indeed, come from that woman.

And naturally, the only people who could have accessed the kidneys were the investigators, whoever handled the dead body, and the killer themself. Thus…

Of course, I have to find a source for the above, so I could be wrong. If/when I find a source I’ll be sure to add it.

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sixpenceee:

Paintings by Esref Aramagan, the artist who was blind from birth. Here’s the science behind his talents. 

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mtv:

logan and rudy and nev and king bach

mtv:

logan and rudy and nev and king bach

(Source: vma.mtv.com)

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1950sunlimited:

VINTAGE MOVIE REJECTION LETTER
"A rejection slip that motion picture studio Essanay Film Manufacturing Company (1907-1925) used to send to screenwriters whose submissions didn’t make the cut. Essanay is best remembered for its series of Charlie Chaplin films." 
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1950sunlimited:

VINTAGE MOVIE REJECTION LETTER

"A rejection slip that motion picture studio Essanay Film Manufacturing Company (1907-1925) used to send to screenwriters whose submissions didn’t make the cut. Essanay is best remembered for its series of Charlie Chaplin films.

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architectureofdoom:

Pyramid Arena, Memphis, Tennessee, 1991. The Arena has not been regularly used as a sports or entertainment venue since 2004. The facility is currently being converted into store. Source 1 and 2.

Thanks to for the suggestion. View this on the map

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