Tahoe27
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8:21 PM - Nov 21, 2017 #41

Jim is an easy guy to find.  If he had nothing to do with the Zodiac case (and that is my take) I kind of feel a bit sorry for the guy having all this on his head most of his life.  I'd be a jerk to people too.  ;)
"Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple". Dr. Suess   
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bruce3
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12:53 AM - Nov 22, 2017 #42

A close friend of his Roz I found in Darlene's address book and located her after years of effort has seen the photo I sent to her and she is fully and completely sure it is Jim. ZERO DOUBT.She said he looks like the Jim she knew.She went out with Darlene and jim saw him at various times. He treated her fine she said. She thought he was 'nice' person.He wrote her letters while travelling after the divorce.She wished she had kept them.
I prefer to believe her she saw him several times while living in S.F.knew him and knows that photo is him.
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eastjersey
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4:34 AM - Nov 22, 2017 #43

Tom you should tell them guys investigating the case, Kane = Crap lol.
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Tahoedirt
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10:18 AM - Nov 23, 2017 #44

sandy betts wrote:We should thank Detective Poyser for having the insight to let Tom go over the evidence. Knowing that Tom has more knowledge about the entire case, than many in law enforcement.
Each department works only their case and know very little about the other Z crimes in other cities.  In order to really get to the bottom of the Z case, you need to know everything about every one of his crimes is what I believe. For example when I went to SFPD ,they didn't want to hear what I had to say unless it pertained to the Stine case. Dave Toschi in 1970 was open to hear everything. I think Det, Poyser is open to hearing anything that could help crack the case. He is what I would say is a very good detective!
Seems like that was the problem with this case from Day 1- If this was happening today, you can bet there'd be a task force. Why these guys didn't cooperate more is puzzling ??


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4:53 PM - Nov 25, 2017 #45

eastjersey wrote: Tom you should tell them guys investigating the case, Kane = Crap lol.
I bet they already know. 
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4:54 PM - Nov 25, 2017 #46

LOL Ratings are ratings.
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9:07 PM - Dec 01, 2017 #47

Pretty awesome experience, but the question being.. what did you find? Did you get to discover something you didn’t know already with all the new evidence? I’m so intrigued.. maybe a follow up of your thoughts after that visit?


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nonsmokinggun
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3:09 AM - Dec 06, 2017 #48

Very cool. Thanks Tom.
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7:46 PM - Dec 06, 2017 #49

Greetings from Finland. :-) First I ended up to this while seeing couple of movies but then I also visited San Francisco and during that time I also made a walk to Presidio crime scene where the cab driver was killed  and after that  it has become more and more interesting. There has been many suspects and investigations leads during the years. Hopefully they find 100% sure solution. 
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Mt17
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7:57 PM - Dec 06, 2017 #50

So I was watching yesterday this documental series from history channel too about Jack the Ripper, have you guys ever notice the similarities? I don’t mean about the murders, but jack was the first ever killer to try to contact newspapers, police, and all that sort of things?
I mean I don’t know but I’m guessing he must have got some ideas from that killer


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