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After studying up on the Jon Benet Ramsey murder; I point out that it was a very vicious and brutal murder, her head was bashed in after she was practically dead, the strangulation prior to that head bashing was designed to kill her, during the first strangulation her assailant broke her hymen with part of the end of a long handled paint brush. Lou Smit and John Douglas, two of the best detectives in the business said an intruder did the murder, they both point out that the ransom letter was vicious and brutal. I'm thoroughly convinced after lots of reading, study and a couple of key tips that; someone with the initials JT penned the "War and Peace" of ransom letters aka: the Jon Benet Ramsey ransom letter.I believe that Jack Tarrance penned that ransom letter long before the murder of that child. That ransom letter is literally plastered with his initials and those initials go back to the 1946 Chicago Lipstick killings, Black Dahlia, Zodiac and very likely several other high profile murders.

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This deserved it's own thread? I think it's clear that you like to talk about jonbenet ramsey more than zodiac at this point.
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A lot has been said about the Zodiac murders, it was from the study and work of others of how I arrived at the JBR murder subject. It's the structural part of the ransom letter that is the key to understanding the crime. In keeping within what former FBI profiler John Douglas has written, this was the act of an "organized" serial killer.
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I am curious as to why it is believed that the JBR murder was comitted by a serial killer. Are there other murders in the area that matched the MO? That's a pretty strong assumption to make from only 1 crime scene.
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I don't make any assumptions based on just one or two things regarding the JBR murder but rather on carefully reading and studying up on the crime coupled with the discovery of certain irrefutable features found in the structure of the JBR ransom letter. This was a very sophisticated crime in terms of planning, staging and execution. The ransom letter is the best piece of evidence concerning that crime. No one wrote that letter after killing that little girl, there were too many aspects of the letter and other pieces of evidence that show that it was all well planned out. I titled this post the way I did so as to set the public record straight, it was a very brutal murder that was planned far in advance of the day of the murder. Let me call this my way of directing attention to certain facts regarding the ransom letter and the crime in general. Notice the eighth line of the ransom letter how the writer artistically curves the letter "h" around the back side of the "S" in the word "She". Notice on page three the letter "D" in "Don't" is shaped to resemble a clock. Notice how many "J's and "JT's" are formed throughout the ransom letters, there are minimum of 23ea formed by deliberate intersection and proximity. Notice page 2, on the second line from the bottom the word "try" with the backwards hook on the letter "t", now go find the Chicago Lipstick killing wall writing with the same nuance, now go find the same thing in some of the Zodiac documents, not just the printed cyphers but handwritten in one of his letters. Notice the "J" hooked "S" in the word "She" on the eight line, it's the same shape as the one in the Chicago Lipstick killing wall writing and found in several Zodiac documents. Notice and look for all "y's" with the backward curved stems as well as the "f's" with curved stems on many documents including the car door. Stay tuned...there's more...much more!

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The most blatantly obvious and "hidden in plain view" JT initial clues are found on page 2 of the JBR ransom letter. Notice these JT's formed by deliberate intersection: "your" over "of" "daughter" over "instructions" "watching" over "like" "daughter" over "catch" "If" over "dog" "any" over "try" "killing" over "out"
ransom2sggames.GIF 

In my files, I subtitled this one 'games', because the note demonstrates many little games in it's structure. The ransom note is actually over-loaded with many intentionally placed nuances, practically every word has a structural contrivance. Even the R in Ramsey is structured as a JT initial clue, the top portion is a J and the bottom portion is a T.

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Terry keeps cluttering the board by constantly trying to turn the conversation to Jonbenet and pedophile rings.
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This thread is about the brutal murder of Jon Benet Ramsey and how it relates to the other suspected crimes of Jack Tarrance.

I found even more Zodiac documents at the FBI site that have prominent JT signature nuance clues. A document that appears to have been recently removed from the Zodiac killer facts website was a 1969 letter sent to the San Francisco Examiner where the killer used the backwards hooked stem on the letter "t" in the word "Editor" found on the envelope.There are at least three written examples of this nuance in the Zodiac documents, one on the JBR ransom note and two in the Chicago lipstick killing.

Actually there are several of the backwards hooked-stem nuances in the JBR ransom note; page 1, line 24 the word "you", page 2, lines 10 and 15. There are several examples of this nuance on all of the pages. This is one of the signature clues of this serial killer.

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I've found more J-hooked letter nuances on the July 26th 1970 Zodiac letter, in the words; ant hills, watch them twich,nails + then,listen, thumbs, these are smaller but definite hooks.

Once a person is "on" to the JT and J nuances you'll see that the letter is permeated with these nuances, for example; many of the words "you" have the "u" J-hooked. Most of the "w's" have this feature. The long stemmed letters "g" have this J-hooked feature in many Zodiac letters as well as the JBR ransom letter, this feature is common throughout.

The "y's" with the back bowed stems and the curved stem "f's" are all throughout Zodiac writings and the JBR ransom letter.

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This is allegedly form back in 2000 form Voigt's board, this Realtor person said he took a lot of flak for his views, I think he states things very well except I can state several reasons why I think the ransom letter was penned before the murder.
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Mhoward: Thank you for asking!! You must have not been here back in the summer. I believe that the handwriting on the ransom note left in the Ramsey home by an intruder matches the handwriting of Zodiac. It's 30-ish years later and the ransom note handwriting is shaky, but the formation of the letters is mostly a match to my eye. I'm not a handwriting expert and the regulars on this board gave me a lot of grief for even thinking this, but I'm using my EYES, not my lilmited power of deductive reasoning. When I try to reason it out, IF Z killed JonBenet Ramsey, he would have been advanced in years when he did so. But taking on a six year old girl with rope and a bash to the right side of her skull would be possible for a man in his 60's or 70's. He'd be too old to take on couples in the prime of their lives, but a child who LOOKED like an adult when she performed in pagents would be a perfect target. He would have had the opportunity to see her twitch and squirm (Zodiac's raison d'etre) as she died. Z said he would/did kill by rope but we know of no cases when he did. JonBenet's killer wrote a LONG ransom note which makes little or no sense if you isolate the case, because she was probably already dead when he sat down to write it. I think it takes some kind of weird balls to remain in someone else's house to take the time to write a three page note...the same kind of weird balls it took to write on Bryan Hartnell's car door in a public place. He HAD to write! What makes sense to me in the Ramsey case is to think of it as a Zodiac killing. THEN it becomes clearer why the ransom note was left: Zodiac WANTED to be HEARD so it seems to be that he was compelled to write after his known killings and on other occasions when he hadn't killed anyone, as far as we know. The ransom note carries the same taunting tone, the same type of misspellings, the references to movies, a "cipher" in the signature, the same auditory psycholinguistic opening ("Listen carefully!" as compared to "This is the Zodiac speaking"--both being the auditory sensory mode), about the same length, the same spacing between words, similar margins, similar pressure, similar size, similar choice of writing instrument, and the letter formations are fascinating to study. Get yourself some print-outs of Z's writings, especially the Mikado Letter, the Seven Page letter and the Little List letter and print out the Ramsey ransom note. Then start looking at the p's and r's and y's and double s's and b's. Go on to the m's, n's and w's. Sail on to words and notice how the i's go down below the baseline and how the h's are uneven in relation to the baseline of words. Study the th combinations. Find where Z wrote "etc.," and compare to the ransom note. Find where Z wrote "killing" and compare to the ransom note. These are dead-on matches. Notice that both writers used exclamation points. Notice that both "taunted" their intended reader. Notice that both writers begin by trying to write straight up but their writing "flops over" to the right as the writer either gets tired or gets in a hurry. I could go on...but others here don't want to see this and I'll get blasted again. BUT if you have more questions, I'll answer them. Realtor PS: You can't do this with a mind already made up!!

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Realtor, thanks for filling me in on your theory. Hopefully, you wont catch too much flack over this. I do see similarities between the handwriting samples, but I could say the same about TK's handwriting. I do keep an open mind and I'll not ridicule your theory. I have a few theories of my own. The fact is, until a theory is proven to be false, anything is possible. There's one thing about your theory that I question. If it was Z wanting to renew his terror, why didn't he leave his signature? He sure went to an awful lot of trouble to gain national attention, why wouldn't he have taken full advantage of the situation? Has Z become shy?

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Mhoward: An excellent question for which I have no ready answer. So I'll theorize... Not shy. Wicked. Evil. What comes to mind is that if he identified himself, the "game" would be over...The ransom note was written specifically to try to make it seem that a kidnapping had taken place, performed by a small group of men, one of whom would call Mr. Ramsey between 8 and 10 a.m. to give him instructions on delivering the $118,000 in small bills. Tragically, everyone on the scene at the Ramsey home that morning at least half way believed it...they sat waiting for the phone to ring but it never did. There had been a search of the home earlier but her body was not found until early afternoon in a remote room in the basement. Intended or not, the ransom note served many purposes: It bought the killer a lot of time. It cast doubt on the innocence of the parents. It caused more time to be spent trying to match the handwriting to the parents and a huge media hoopla that Zodiac would dearly LOVE. The media has gone so far as to theorize that Mrs. Ramsey killed her daughter because she wet the bed. That scenario, odd as it is, makes me recall what Zodiac wrote...(not a direct quote)...I'll go on killing but I won't tell you about them anymore. I'll make them look like routine robberies, suicides and ACTS OF ANGER... My open mind says that Zodiac did exactly what he said he'd do, by rope and (possibly) by fire (See Lou Smit's theory that a stun gun was used on JonBenet). None of this would have happened if he had signed it or put his crosshairs on it. For some reason I think it was his "swan song." I think it's the closing, "Victory!" on the ransom note that makes me think this. He pulled off just one more for old time's sake...and he did it in his "you'll never figure it out in a million years because you are DUMB and I'm too smart for you" mode. Evidence in the Ramsey home: There's a palm print on the door that matches no one. There's a partial shoe print from maybe Hi-Tech boot. There's DNA under her fingernails that do not belong to any suspect. So you can rule out the parents and begin looking for someone (male per the DNA) who had the urge to kill, the urge to write, the balls to stay in the home after the deed long enough to write (a la Bryan Hartnell's car door), the foresight to bring precut lengths of rope to the house (a la Lake Berryessa), a way to prevent fingerprints from being left while still leaving a palm print (Z: "I cover the tips of my fingers with airplane cement so I don't leave any fingerprints") who taunted Mr. Ramsey in the note, referred to movies, and even ended up with a line similar to the Cheri Jo Bates letter, "It's up to you now, John"... words which also appear IN THE MIKADO for crying out loud, and ended the whole shebang with a puzzle/cipher: "SBTC". I can go on some more, about Zodiac's possible obsession with holidays, especially Christmas as compared to the fact that JonBenet was killed late Christmas night/early the next morning...About how Zodiac misspelled words in three major ways and the only misspellings in the ransom note match one of Z's most obvious types of misspellings. Shall we discuss radians going through Boulder??? I also think he tried to give a few clues in the ransom note just to see if anyone was paying attention...to see if anyone remembered him...So he couldn't sign the letter. If he had, the most dangerous game would be lost. I hope he lives long enough for us to know for sure... Realtor By Realtor (Realtor) (208.128.16.97) on Monday, November 13, 2000 - 01:33 pm:

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Well, I came across another interesting nuance about the JBR ransom letter. Page 2. lines 5,6 and 7. Notice a period after the word "daughter" on line 5. Now notice the sentence; "You will be denied her remains for proper burial", notice that the word "You" has a capital "Y". I think this is meant as a definite statement by the killer!

In fact that did happen, BDP police Commander Eller did just that or certainly threatened to do that. I think that the whole matter is highly suspicious. Why did the killer break that statement into a sentence rather than wording it coupled with the previous statement? He could have used "and" to join the two sentences. For example; ...execution of your daughter and you will also be.....etc.

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If you take copies of the JBR ransom letter page 1 and put it next to the Red Phantom Zodiac killer letter with the fonts sized the same you can easily tell they were penned by the same person. the only lower case letters that are different are the "a's" and the "d's", which was certainly intentional. They match by overlay.

Notice the words hell-hole and that the h's form a fanciful JT laid sideways.

Notice the stems on the g's on "suggest" are similar to the stems on the L's on "carefully" on the JBR ransom letter.

Truth is truly stranger than fiction, especially in the Zodiac killer and related cases.

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Notice the U on page three of the JBR ransom note that has the dot in the middle of it, a dot in the symbols is found in many of the Zodiac killer ciphers, a dot in the U is also found on one of the Anthrax documents.
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