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this is new to me but i love to start new things e

this is new to me but i love

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co creating

 ACTIVATION ONE. head up a new page titled 'i use creativity every day when...." * now using loads of different colours, write down all the ways you can think of where you use creativity every day. Some examples: *i often take different routes to go to the same place *thinking of new plays for football

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Jack the Ripper's true identity

Jack the Ripper's true identity     overgrown grave in south London 'revealed by historian' A historian claims to have discovered the final resting place of Jack the Ripper – and it’s in an overgrown cemetery in south London. Author David Bullock believes Thomas Cutbush, a Londoner who died in Broadmoor after being sent there for violent attacks on women, is the “most viable” of hundreds of suspects. Having spent 26 years researching Cutbush, he has finally tracked down his grave to a family plot in Nunhead Cemetery, Lewisham. Mr Bullock, 41, said the major breakthrough came after he was granted access to Broadmoor files after three years of dialogue with the high-security psychiatric hospital in Berkshire. He told the Standard: “I was blown away by the file and how much it told me about Cutbush. It became very clear that he was not buried in Broadmoor despite what most people had told me.” In his book, The man who would be Jack, Mr Bullock sets out the case for Cutbush being the most likely of the many Jack the Ripper suspects.  Provided by Independent Print Limited thomas-cutbush-1.jpg

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