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There are many speculations and theories about this mysterious murder including Mary Rogers' Fiance as the "suspect." I think I have read quiet a lot about these theories but I cannot find a theory where bruises in neck and battered head was caused by dragging the body from the house to the shore. Why? I think it's viable. I'm supporting the above statement because I think that the cause of the bruises found on the body was caused by dragging it by only one person. If you think about it, basically if you're gonna drag a dead person the easiest way to pull it off is by holding his feet and drag the body. The bruise on her neck can be from rearranging the dead body while holding the neck. Any thoughts?
I know that some of the authorities think of this theory as valid. But then this is 1841 and theories just keep arising while technology is not enough to identify if these theories are right or wrong.
Also, please bear with my english explanation I know it's terrible.
Edited by jandersen233, 24 July 2014 - 09:17 AM.