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I went to a small, private school in my younger years. There was a real peculiar guy in my class that did all types of strange things. Something I recall is that he wrote a cypher for the English alphabet and gave it to me. He said we could use it to encode messages so that no one could understand any notes we passed in class. It was real basic symbol replacement, but I thought it was unusual thing to do in the third/fourth grade. I still have it somewhere. I believe that Z was an introvert and created all types of strange symbols while alone. The mountain-like symbol could have some meaning to him from long before he ever considered killing anyone. It may have been a childhood favorite and he just included it in the card to add eccentricity. BTW, I've long been out of touch with my classmate, but recently heard a story from a reliable source and neighbor of his family. I'll withhold the details but will tell it wasn't a violent act. However it was real strange, indeed. I wonder if there is someone who has similar recollection of Z from their childhood; just who hasn't connected the dots yet.I've heard lotsa different ideas on this subject so perhaps it should be decided democratically? What did Zodiac intend to represent with this symbol on the 10/27/70 Halloween card and accompanying envelope?http://www.zodiackiller.com/HalloweenCa ... .htmlSorry, I'm sure I've missed some good ideas so feel free to improvise if your idea of the symbol is not represented in the poll.
This kind of demonstrates the problem with ascribing a probability factor here. It's all open to interpretation which numbers we want to include in an equation. Because of this, any resulting p-value would be essentially meaningless. If it was a little more specific, a discrete set of numbers, then we'd be talking.If you want the card to reflect a date, you're limited to 1-31. Also,in my view, if the one finger is utilized to make a six, the other two fingers are left, making 26, or 3-14-26.