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thewraith

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that it is allot like jack the ripper seems like somebody don't want something to b found out.
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this sounds very promising cannot wait to here what it is.just wait until it is over then tell me nat.i don't want them to see it coming and i hope it is who i think it is.
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So far I've found 3ea solid JT clues in the BD case that occur in the documents sent in by the killer AFTER the murder. These clues can be coupled with the other evidence, the post card initials clue is VERY strong evidence. I can post details later.


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any word on anything why is it so dead in here.i need my fix man.
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Knowing what I do about these cases I can't help but think that the word "Follow" on the Black Dahlia Belongings envelope is another convoluted Flova clue as well as being tied to the word "Follow" on page one of the JonBenet Ramsey ransom letter.

The Black Dahlia Avenger note that has: "Here it is" "Turning in Wednesday", Jan 29 10A.M.", "had my fun at the police", "Black Jahlia Avenger" has one of the strongest JT clue hidden in plain view! Note the prominent J in January ahead of the T in the word Turning.

Jahlia is not a type O on my part, check it out.

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Jack's discharge papers show he was in the service until October 1947, nine months after the murder. That means that Jack was in the Navy apparently stationed in San Diego when the Texarkana Phantom and the Chicago Lipstick killings occurred. How is this possible since he has been accused of involvement in those murders as well.
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jbradfield66, people in the military get leaves of absence all the time. At the time that the Black Dahlia/E Short murder occurred LE had some service men high on their suspect list.

In her last letter to a suitor named Fickling; E. Short said she was going to Chicago with "Jack" to do some modeling. She was last seen with a red haired man, another married red haired man she had dated by the name of Manley was grilled for her murder but he was cleared. I also suspect that the G.Bauerdorf and J.French were JT's victims.

E.Short was fixated on the Chicago Lipstick killings prior to her own murder.

I haven't studied the Texarkana Phantom murders in detail but I was satisfied with the evidence that includes JT as a prime suspect.

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The unique letters formed on the wall writing in the Chicago Lipstick murders can be matched to several Zodiac killer documents, the backwards stemmed "t" and the "F" with the top and side made in one stroke and has a curl to the top corner. Go Look!

Note also the message starts: "For Heavens Sake....etc." and note also the Pisces shaped "l's, shaped like fish. This crime is very much Zodiac Jack 101 crime. Go look!

Elizabeth Short aka the Black Dahlia victim was following the the Chicago Lipstick murders case a little too closely, the little girl victim's last name was Degnan, E.Shorts severed remains were put on display on Norton, the killer probably thought he was on Degnan but it became Norton on the last few blocks. This too is Zodiac Jack 101. Read and go look!

Putting the victims on display is Zodiac Jack 101, especially in JBR and the OCCK case. Go look before you run your stupid mouths!

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I don't come here much anymore but I ran across this newspaper article from July 1947. The article is about a man by the name of Fred Woodley being arrested for being a witness to the murder of Elizabeth Short. Mr. Woodley claimed he and his girlfriend met with Elizabeth Short right before she was murdered. That night Elizabeth was with a man named "JACK" and this man also had "J.W."  tattooed on him according to Mr. Woodley.  Here is a link to the article.  http://thezodiackiller.digitalzones.com/Jack%20mentioned.jpeg
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I recently discovered the "smoking gun" document that links the OCCK and the Zodiac cases via the FBI's released files. Look for the "Dear Draftboard" letter that's typewritten, notice the author used an 8 to substitute for an apostrophe in the words: "shouldn't and don't care, then check out the letter to Dr Danto in the OCCK case, the author used this same fanciful device on the words "shouldn't and didn't" intentionally  misspelled "shouldn8t and didn8t".

The style or type of all of these writings has been referred to as "meta writings".

I think Gareth Penn "took the bait" that Jack laid out that points to the MIT professor being the Zodiac killer, that too is Zodiac Jack 101, otherwise I think Penn made some interesting observations, I'm studying the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note in the same way and would appreciate anybody's work with the same approach, that letter also has a "time/date" stamp as do the other crimes mentioned.

Additionally and withheld from the public; is the fact that the Zodiac killer sent in a letter with the rabbit monogram from Lewis Carol's (sp) "Alice in Wonderland" book, this would be at least the fifth solid Jack clue, in other words; another "Jack rabbit" clue!

I see that someone on TV's MB has been slamming me, I wonder how they reconcile yet another solid "Jack" clue? (ret)

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Sorry, I missed your last post Dennis. The link on it wouldn't work for me. That is a very interesting and pivotal piece of information. Can we get solid documentation on that?
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OK Dennis, I found that article. It is very interesting but, two questions: 1) What do you make of the thing where he says that Jack was missing a finger? 2) Did Jack have a JW tattoo? ( I thought I saw a picture of it somewhere.
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Dennis, why didn't you mention the missing finger part of that article? And.....was that article ever published in 1947, or is it an internet ruse? Why is it only appearing recently?
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Here's the newspaper article that Dennis talked about. The reports says the witness(Woodley) said the guy was missing a finger and had a JW tattoo. Who the hell helps someone get rid of bloody cloths? I tend to think that this was a ruse to clear JT had he been picked up and found to have all of his fingers. How many soldiers would have had a JW tattoo?, damn few I'd say. The deep scratches report was probably also part of the ruse too.

Newspaper articles/stories surrounding the Black Dahlia case were kinda all over the map in terms of conflicting reports. But the fact that a JW tattoo comes up in the Black Dahlia is interesting. 072747_pg3.jpg  Click on it to enlarge.


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