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TerryB

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Timeline, I read as much as I could digest when I first arrived at this blog and yeah it's a lot to consume.

I found the first and last examples thought provoking. The first being the flashlight being left at the scene, it seems to me that a "police" type of flashlight was found at the JonBenet Ramsey scene that had been wiped of prints (batteries as well)and if I recall correctly it didn't belong to the Ramsey's. Was a cop involved? Was this as subliminal message?

I like the use of the term "segway" to other crimes.

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I'm kind of on the fence on the Ramsey connection myself. It just seems that Tarrance would be a bit old to commit the murder himself. But I could entertain that he may have written the ransom note. I have only read a little bit about it here so I can't say I know all the facts to make a good judgement at this point one way or the other.

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Timeline, must of us don't believe that Jack was at the scene, but some of us are reasonably certain he penned the ransom letter.

The ransom letter has the initials JT occurring about 20ea times by deliberate intersection, the "fanciful" manipulation of lower case letters occur many more times on the document, then there is the use of the sentence starting with the word "speaking" as in "this is the Zodiac speaking". Moreover Nanette has amply demonstrated a handwriting match as well as missives and nuances.

There are many other nuances about the crime that tie into other crime scenes, please try read the entire JonBenet Ramsey ransom letter thread, try to hold what catseye has to say aside, she goes off on many far-out tangents. Take time to get as familiar with the JBR murder and keep an open mind.

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The Texarcana Phantom Murders is a subject I'm still trying to properly learn but I thought that the suspect said that to female victims, the order to "take off their britches"? I may be wrong on that.
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I've been researching this case online and found some startling similarities to the Zodiac killings. Other members have probably already mentioned some of these but I just thought I would point out some things that REALLY stand out to me.

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His first victims were James B. "Jimmy" Hollis, 24, and his girlfriend, Mary Jeanne Larey, 19, who were parked on a secluded road known as a lovers' lane


Exactly the same scenario as Blue Rock Springs Zodiac attack .

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a man walked up to Jimmy's driver-side door and flashed his flashlight in the window. Instead of seeing a policeman, Jimmy noticed a man wearing a hood over his face with holes cut out for the eyes and mouth.


This has elements of both the Blue Rock attack as well as the Lake Berryessa Zodiac attack.

The flashlight from the first and the hood from the latter.

These similarities are strong indicators that this is the same person doing the killings. And there is more.

TerryB

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There might be even more similarities given the fact that LE doesn't share all of their evidence.

It seems to me that Nanette has demonstrated some documents that tie into the "Zodiac", "I45 killings" and other case documents as well.

As you know; attacks on "lovers lane" couples isn't entirely unique as in the "Son of Sam" case, for example... but the nuance evidence may be unique.

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Thanks Nanette, I'll have to go back and re-read the whole thing, it's a subject that I haven't given much study.
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Yeah, I can't remember what article(s) I read on the subject, I was under the impression it was two girls he gave that command to but it's been awhile since I read up on it and I didn't feel that I got a handle on the story. Maybe that same command was given at two different crimes?

All of these subjects have multiple reports and one has to do lots of research in order to figure out which ones are accurate, and yeah...it can eat up lots of time.

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it's just funny how everywhere that jack went murders happened i still think something changed him in his early days seems like he got turned down or got his heart broken by a girl.this drove him into his states and when he saw couples it enraged him you starting to get the jist here.jack was a serial killer of epic proportions and here it 2012 and nothing i don't get it.
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Dennis when I watched the movie about the Texarkana murders, it stated that the first attack took place at a lover's lane called Therman Road. Do you think Jack was leaving a clue when he did his first Zodiac killing at Lake Herman Road?
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Hey, that's a pretty good clue !
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