"Bowery of The Crimson Frock and Flesh"

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"Bowery of The Crimson Frock and Flesh"

One story from the soon to be released book, Part One of Two:

"HALLOW II": A Portentous Epoch of Sagacious Redolence and Epiphany

or

(A Significant Era of Perceptive Aroma and Vision)

"Bowery of The Crimson Frock and Flesh"

"Bowery of The Crimson Frock and Flesh"

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By

Gregory V. Boulware, Esq.

"One day men will look back and say, I gave birth to the twentieth century"

~Jack The Ripper~

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Coincidences, seemingly of a marvelous character, there are few persons who have not, on occasion, been startled. It also goes without saying; even the calmest of thinkers have experienced a vague thrilling half-credence in the supernatural genre.

Speaking of certain, albeit, limited, coincidences, understand that we, Mr. 'Eddie' Poe and I, the Editor / Publisher, choose to speak of this topic. In my own heart, I cannot speak of his; there dwells no faith in the praetor nature. In past and probably, future conversations, men will debate the issue of the original intentions of God's Laws. They may dispute that nature and its God are two. The latter creating the former can, at will, control and/or modify it. Would you not agree, my friend? The insanity of logic has, of course, assumed it is not that the Deity cannot modify his laws, the question is of will. Does man insult God with the imagination of a possible necessity for modification? Mr. Poe espouses the origin of these laws were fashioned to embrace all and every contingency which could lie in the future. All that one would need to do is to pay the strictest and closes attention with unwavering indulgences.

This topic is only referred to as coincidences. It was submitted for my review as 'Bowery of the Crimson Frock and Flesh - The Poe Report.' 

What we are attempting to convey, should be seen as a situation between fate and an unhappy young lady, known to many as Miss Mary Cecilia Rogers and the coincidental cross reference of a Miss Marie Roget along with the portentous examination of Miss Mary Kelly. Other victims in this narrative include a Mademoiselle L'Espanaye along with her mother, at a certain epoch in their history, therein existed in a paralleled contemplation of exactitude. In proceeding, the display of this sad tale, and in tracing the mystery, which enshrouded the two, it is our design to hint at the extension of this parallel happenstance.

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