High-res scans (color)

Discussion of Zodiac's Halloween card should be posted here

High-res scans (color)

TomVoigt
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10 May 2007, 23:24 #1

These are photographic reproductions of the Halloween card and envelope that were created as promotional items for David Fincher's recent movie Zodiac. They are apparently accurate repros, at least so the film claims. Thanks to Tracers for sending it!

Envelope

Card -- Front


Card -- Inside

Card -- Back
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10 May 2007, 23:29 #2

Note the writing on the envelope; it appears to have been gone over twice in places, just like the Eureka card. Didn't a certain document expert recently state that Zodiac never did such a thing? D-oh!
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10 May 2007, 23:44 #3

Come on now. Document experts never make mistakes.
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11 May 2007, 00:12 #4

It's an exact science, you know. I saw that on TV.
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11 May 2007, 05:57 #5

Doug, certainly you realize that Cunningham has thus ruled out Zodiac as the killer of Paul Stine!
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11 May 2007, 06:21 #6

Doug, certainly you realize that Cunningham has thus ruled out Zodiac as the killer of Paul Stine!
Well, then, I guess that's that!
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11 May 2007, 06:23 #7

Incidentally, Tom, when you say these are "photographic reproductions," does that mean that they're actual photographs of the items?
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11 May 2007, 06:27 #8

Note the writing on the envelope; it appears to have been gone over twice in places, just like the Eureka card. Didn't a certain document expert recently state that Zodiac never did such a thing? D-oh!
Unless I'm very much mistaken, the same expert mentioned that Zodiac never used a pencil to write his letters, completely ignoring evidence to the contrary such as the 'Bates Had To Die' notes.
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11 May 2007, 06:28 #9

I guess "expert opinion" in this case means "any word that proceeds from the mouth of an expert."
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11 May 2007, 06:42 #10

Incidentally, Tom, when you say these are "photographic reproductions," does that mean that they're actual photographs of the items?
Yes, that's how the story goes.
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