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Also, remember the carving in the old desk that had the initials RHTomVoigt wrote:I think Richard fits nicely.Zaikgeist wrote: Nice work Tom.
As much as I hate to admit it, Watson looks a helluva more like the composite than Gaik.
That's sort of my take on it, too. However, the Zodiac wrote that he would change his method of collecting slaves and would no longer announce his murders. So I'm agnostic on this one I guess.AndyG wrote:I'm sure this has been ground to dust in the pedestal of the specific forum for her but my quick thoughts are this.davidmad wrote:It's been awhile since I've been a regular here. Is Donna Lass still considered a likely Zodiac crime? As I recall, the Pines card was revealed to be fake?Ekas1 wrote: Zodiac suspect or Donna Loss case suspect?
Interested to know more about him. He does look a bit like the composite.
Z didn't abduct people he jumped them and killed them. (KJ being a "possible" exception)
Z didn't hide (as far as we know) his victims, he displayed them.
And if you believe the History Channel series, he was obsessed with comics and dime novels that would have been very popular for a kid growing that was born in the 30'sBrushbunny wrote: Somewhere else on this form, there was a poster talking about numbers and how Z was obsessed with the number 32. If this new suspect is 81, that would put him as possibly born in 1932. Just interesting if the poster was right. I will try to find the post.
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Fuckin’ cops.Wolfman wrote:Hahaha me too.
Every time I hear about the shuffling lope I think about Keyser Soze walking away. I even picture Z losing the shuffle at the top of the stairs if that even was Z.