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Post by ophion1031 on October 10th 2016, 12:11 am

Obviously this is hypothetical, but if I were to meet someone who knew everything about the case, here are the first batch of questions I would ask...

1. When and how did the idea come about to send taunting letters to police?
2. When was the name Zodiac chosen and why was this the chosen name?
3. Was this just one man or was there a partner or even more than two people involved? If so, who played what role in the whole thing?
4. What influenced/inspired some of the content in the Zodiac letters? How important are the influences in finding those involved in the crimes?
5. Is the DNA and/or partial print on file actually that of the killer? Is the handwriting from the letters that of the killer?

There are a whole lot more questions, but I think these ones are the most important.

1. This whole "Zodiac thing" may have been thought up before any of the killings took place, but I why wait to send a letter until after the Blue Rock Springs attack? Why was there no letter after the double murder on Lake Herman Rd? I personally think that there was no plan to mail any letters at the time of the LHR attack. I think that idea was thought up at some point after that. Which leads to more questions... Why mail taunting letters to the police? Was it just to make it more thrilling or is there more to it? Who's idea was it to mail the letters? If the Zodiac crimes were all just one guy, which I doubt, then that makes this a simple answer. But if there were more than one person involved, who was the "mastermind" behind the planning of the murders and letters?

2. The July 31, 1969 letters were signed with a crosshair symbol, but there was never a mention of "Zodiac" at all. Is this because there wasn't a name chosen yet or maybe the person/people didn't even know they were going to use a name?

3. It makes more sense that the killer would not also write the letters. If ALA were Z, that would explain why his handwriting was not a match and why his DNA would later be a non-match as well. I believe there were at least two people involved - a killer and a letter writer. But there could have been more. How many more? I have no idea. This one is impossible to answer because there are so many possibilities. This could have been the work of a cult, in which case many people could have been involved. I could write a few paragraphs on this question, but I won't.

4. If I were behind this, I would put some random things in the letters to throw off the cops. But sure, maybe someone involved was a fan of the Mikado and the Most Dangerous Game. Maybe not. Maybe nothing in the letters means a damn thing and there was not much time or thought put into what the letters would say. I doubt this is true, but we have to consider all possibilities, right? So... we must figure out the significance, if any, of the Mikado, the Most Dangerous Game, the Tim Holt comic book, the Peek-a-boo Pennington business card etc.

5. With the steps taken in advancing DNA testing, this is potentially huge. But does the DNA on file belong to Zodiac? There was no DNA testing back then so Zodiac probably wouldn't have worried about licking a stamp, he was probably more worried about leaving a finger print. And I'm sure he was worried about handwriting matches, and that is one of the main reasons I think he had a partner. Can someone really be ruled out because of a non DNA match? ALA and Rick Marshall were both cleared so the answer is yes. But this is a mistake. DNA should not rule anybody out!!
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Post by Eric X on October 12th 2016, 2:19 am

I would just cut to the chase and ask the who, why and whats lol
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Post by WelshChappie on October 18th 2016, 5:24 pm

I think, for Me anyway, after My speechless shock subsided, I would be compelled to ask: 

 "Is your Source/Informant called 'YAHWEH - GOD OF ISRAEL' by any chance and if He's not then I want to know how He the answers to absolutely every question as 'Knower of all things' followed By Brackets: 'ZODIAC'.

 That hypothetical situation above, if it ever stepped out of that realm and into reality I'd be forced to file a lawsuit alleging  copyright infringement/theft.  
 I'm sure Mr Richard Grinel can attest to the factual truth and confirm as true that I, A. Lewis AKA Welsh Chappie, do own the Legal Rights to the Intellectual Property of always being correct. My Theories, Statements, Belief's and Opinions are true and correct with a scientific success rate of approximately 100%.

 This is simply not open to question, debate, speculation or objection on the grounds that I have just said so!
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Post by Metal Years on October 18th 2016, 8:12 pm

Ok. I believe you. Would you be so kind as to tell me what the Powerball numbers are going to be tomorrow (Wds 10- 19 (wups! you're in Wales, that's 19-10 to you, but then you already know that, right?), 2016)? Thanks

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Post by Metal Years on October 18th 2016, 8:13 pm

Eric X wrote:I would just cut to the chase and ask the who, why and whats lol

Yea.

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Post by ophion1031 on October 18th 2016, 10:21 pm

Metal Years wrote:Ok. I believe you. Would you be so kind as to tell me what the Powerball numbers are going to be tomorrow (Wds 10- 19 (wups! you're in Wales, that's 19-10 to you, but then you already know that, right?), 2016)? Thanks

Haha! I want in on those lotto numbers!
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Post by Metal Years on October 18th 2016, 10:34 pm

Yea! C'mon Welsh! If U give us the correct numbers and we win, I'll buy you a nice Zodiac wristwatch.

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Post by Metal Years on October 18th 2016, 10:42 pm

8-24-36-42-44 PB#17

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Re: What questions would I ask someone who had ALL of the answers?

Post by ophion1031 on October 18th 2016, 11:06 pm

I will throw in an autographed copy of Richard Simmons' new book, "I'm gay and not famous anymore."
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Post by Don Pseuym on October 19th 2016, 9:32 am

metal years & ophion
In the mid 80's in K C A coworker talked me into going into jewlery/ watch buying I went for wrist watches ,most dealt in pocket watches .
another dealer had a a zodiac sea wolf well used they wanted $110 ish for I looked at it closely the crystal had paint spots in the scratches .. I declined

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Post by ophion1031 on October 19th 2016, 11:54 pm

Don Pseuym wrote:metal years & ophion
In the mid 80's in K C  A coworker talked me into going into jewlery/ watch buying I went for wrist watches ,most dealt in pocket watches .
another dealer had a a zodiac sea wolf  well used they wanted $110 ish for  I looked at it closely the crystal had paint spots  in the scratches .. I declined

Is that the same type of Zodiac watch that Arthur Leigh Allen owned?
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Post by Don Pseuym on October 20th 2016, 7:00 am

Yes just like the one ALA had
At the time I did not understand why this beat up watch would be that price ,but all watch dealers knew it ,and the tie to zodiac
I wish I had bought it

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Post by WelshChappie on October 22nd 2016, 6:47 am

Metal Years wrote:Yea! C'mon Welsh! If U give us the correct numbers and we win, I'll buy you a nice Zodiac wristwatch.

 I shall now use the favorite cop out used by Psychic Mediums when they are asked to predict things under controlled conditions: 

  "My Psychic Gift doesn't work like that. I cannot connect with spirit when under such pressure."

Yet, they go on stage in front of 2000 people and 'Connect to Spirit.' 

 Jonathan Edwards says He hears voices and He's given A Microphone, an arena, and 2000 people at $40 a ticket. 

Alex Lewis states He hears voices that others cant....  Broadmoor Hospital.


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Post by Rocketman on October 22nd 2016, 10:34 pm

Psychics are so bogus. It's funny when they try to use them in court is if they are credible sources of information.
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Post by WelshChappie on October 23rd 2016, 9:54 am

Rocketman wrote:Psychics are so bogus. It's funny when they try to use them in court is if they are credible sources of information.

 Exploiting that Mothers grief who's just lost Her only child in a car accident, a grief stricken Mother that they know would give anything to hear from Her recently deceased Son one more time and exploit that for financial gain is deplorable in My Opinion.

 Just like that sub-human thing called Peter Popoff, or as I call Him, Peter RipOff.  I watched one documentary crew follow a 9 year old girl who Doctors and Science told they could do nothing and She will never walk and always be wheelchair bound. This little girl said "I wish I could play with My friends and walk like the other girls." She got so excited when she saw billboards announcing Popoff was coming to town because the Marketing Advertisement declared "Makes the blind see, and the lame walk." That Kid was so excited and really believed Peter would heal her. The Film crew were on hand as she was wheeled out of the event in floods of tears asking "Why does God hate Me?" 

 I was choked up watching this little girls disappointment and devastated let down.  People like Peter Popoff, who's false hope and lies rake in multi-millions for His Ministry annually, He is morally deplorable and a f****ng tosser in My opinion.
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Post by WelshChappie on October 23rd 2016, 9:59 am

I wish Peter would claim He can call upon the divine to allow Him to walk on water & defy gravity just so I could throw the prick off a sky scraper and watch Him plunge to the floor and splatter into pieces and then get the elevator down, walk outside, and announce:

 "Oh dear! It appears that Mr Popoff's claim, when tested, did not stand up to scrutiny."
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Post by ophion1031 on October 23rd 2016, 7:59 pm

Is "Peter Popoff" something you are basing on a real person? Sorry, I am exhausted and the ol' brain isn't really working right now.
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Post by WelshChappie on October 23rd 2016, 9:05 pm

ophion1031 wrote:Is "Peter Popoff" something you are basing on a real person? Sorry, I am exhausted and the ol' brain isn't really working right now.

A Four and a half minute synopsis outlining the basics of Peter Popoff. Who He is, what He does and by what means He achieves His Divine Revelations. As Randi points out, if the messages Popoff is receiving are from God, then God is a Woman and sound identical to Mrs Peter Popoff.


  
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Post by WelshChappie on October 23rd 2016, 9:29 pm

Peter Ripoff Ministries and it's evangelical recorded show for the God Channel is advertised with the the specific claim, among many, that:


 "Many have come into large sums of money via A Divine Bank Transfer. . ."

Now firstly, I am sure We can all identify with having received at some point,  a bank transfer of Divine Inspiration issued to us. You know. . .


 "PAY MR ALEX LEWIS $10,000 in Divine cash. Signed: The God of Israel."

 BEHOLD THY HOLY...   FUNDS!!
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Post by Metal Years on October 23rd 2016, 9:51 pm

I've never heard of this particular A'hole but we have them here too. Thanks for posting this, people need to know.

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Post by WelshChappie on October 24th 2016, 12:11 am

Metal Years wrote:I've never heard of this particular A'hole but we have them here too. Thanks for posting this, people need to know.

 He really is A deplorable Human Being. Telling people with terminal cancer they are now healed & the tumors vanished in order to make huge sums of cash from those people who yes, may be naive and gullible in some peoples pereception, and they may very well be, but they're also desperate and dying.

 James Randi publicly outed Popoff in the 80's showing Him to be a lying, deceitful con man and Popoff then pissed off and filed for bankruptcy. 

FF to late 90's / Turn of the New Millennium up to present day and Popoff is back on God TV, back touring and once again His Ministry boasts a multi million dollar annual intake with tax break for it being a religious organization. It's disgraceful. TV Regulator Offcom in the UK have been notified that He's back on a TV Platform conning and defrauding the public but they won't take the show off air.

 Some of the people who give testimony to Popoffs Divine healing ability is laughable and they are clearly plants.  "Popoff told Me God is going to bless Me with a Divine financial blessing and when I got Home I discovered I had received Thirty-Eight Thousand Dollars, Hallelujah!!"    Indeed!

 Don't know where the £38k came from now residing in Her bank account, I assume it was another one of them Miracle Divine Bank Transfers. I mean, Who's going to pick up the Divine Telephone and dial 1-800 The Lord to tell Yahweh Your sorry but,  His Cheque bounced.

 


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Post by ophion1031 on October 24th 2016, 12:14 am

It's sad when people fall for scams like that.
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Post by WelshChappie on October 24th 2016, 12:33 am

I think these types are clear sociopaths without an ounce of conscience or speck of Morality.

 Here is 'World Famous Spirit Medium' James Van Praagh attempting to Cold Read an audience and completely failing and doing so miserably: 





 I am sure this wonderful demonstration of communication with Spirit will make a believer of many! I, for One, totally believe! I believe the Medium, who looks more on the large to extra large size to Me, I believe He, Van Pratt, is talking to Himself. 

 "The dead don't talk to people and the reason they don't is because they are dead! 


You See, I can claim that I too can talk to the dead and this, in and of itself, is true and accurate. Talking to deceased people is easy, it's getting a reply that I find problematic!"  James Randi
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Post by ophion1031 on October 24th 2016, 1:27 am

They are parasites. Reminds me of a movie, I forget the name, that stars Kevin Spacey as an infomercial guy that basically cons people out of a shitload of money.
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Post by Don Pseuym on October 24th 2016, 7:52 am

There are some psychic stories that prove real unsolved mysterys has some good ones

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