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Tom can you at least confirm if his initials are RH?gunmod wrote: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.
And for even a better affect; Z could have easily shaved his head bald for a wig to fit perfectly.TomVoigt wrote: I'm being quoted here and elsewhere and my remarks about Zodiac's alleged characteristics have been misinterpreted.
Maybe he had a limp. Maybe he had a widow's peak. Maybe he suffered from schizophrenia. Maybe he wore prescription glasses.
Or, maybe his alleged walk (he was bent forward and looking down! Must be schizophrenia!) could simply be explained by the fact he was walking downhill at night and got surprised by a patrol car after just murdering someone.
Nobody ever described a limp. Ever.
And his hair? In October 1969, a shop that sold shorthair wigs was located two blocks from where Zodiac encountered Stine at Mason and Geary:
Meanwhile, a pair of glasses are the easiest disguise ever.
Zodiac's hairstyle and glasses the night of Oct. 11, 1969 might well have been part of a disguise.
So they are to sit there for day's on end in order to get these people to leave their house and hopefully be able to get something if they happen to stop at Starbucks etc? I to did-regard the trash pull idea; there is no way to guarantee that something in the trash will have a usable print, DNA for the correct person etc.v wrote: Why doesn't LE follow any or all of the living suspects and get their DNA off paper cups, plastic forks, coffee cups, you name it that is discarded out in public? We see this technique all the time on TV.
Nice Cross hairs in the middle of the logo :-)Altah wrote: The former Capitol Airlines crew members have their own fb public group where they share memories:
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If a Z we have Kathleen Johns who told me his or the drivers glasses were fastened by an elastic strap and were black and looked like the kind Superman(she said Superman) or Clark Kent wore. The glasses reminded her of Kents ‘disguise’ glasses.joku wrote: Good point about the colour of the glasses - never noticed it myself. Maybe it is, considering how many people haven't noticed it, possible that the kids weren't sure what colour his glasses were? Now that I try to think of the glasses of some of the people I know (and have seen dozens of times), I realise that I actually can't really be sure what colour each person is wearing. Something dark-ish... but is it black, blue, brown or gray - can't say. Unless it's something bright like red or the shape is unique or very large, you hardly pay attention.
There were streetlamps so maybe the light also reflected on the frames in such a way that it was difficult to see the colour clearly.