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Unable to find her, he got back into the car and drove off. Johns hitched a ride to the police station in Patterson.psychufkorpu.tk
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When Johns gave her statement to the sergeant on duty, she noticed the police composite sketch of Paul Stine's killer and recognized him as the man who had abducted her and her child. When her car was found, it had been gutted and torched. Most accounts say he threatened to kill her and her daughter while driving them around,  but at least one police report disputes that. Zodiac continued to communicate with authorities for the remainder of via letters and greeting cards to the press.
Brian McDonnell two days after the bombing at Park Station in Golden Gate Park  but added "there is more glory to killing a cop than a cid [ sic ] because a cop can shoot back. Zodiac sent a greeting card postmarked April 28, , to the Chronicle. On the back of the card, the Zodiac threatened to use the bus bomb soon unless the newspaper published the full details he wrote. He also wanted to start seeing people wearing "some nice Zodiac butons [ sic ]. In a letter postmarked June 26, , the Zodiac stated he was upset that he did not see people wearing Zodiac buttons.
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He wrote, "I shot a man sitting in a parked car with a. Richard Radetich, a week earlier, on June Radetich died 15 hours later. SFPD denies the Zodiac was involved in this murder; it remains unsolved. On the image of Mount Diablo , the Zodiac had drawn a crossed-circle similar to the ones he had included in previous correspondence. At the top of the crossed circle, he placed a zero, and then a three, six, and a nine.
The accompanying instructions stated that the zero was "to be set to Mag. The cipher was never decoded, and the alleged bomb was never located. In a letter to the Chronicle postmarked July 24, , the Zodiac took credit for Kathleen Johns's abduction, four months after the incident.
The Mt. On October 7, , the Chronicle received a three-by-five inch card signed by the Zodiac with the and a small cross reportedly drawn with blood. The card's message was formed by pasting words and letters from an edition of the Chronicle , and thirteen holes were punched across the card. Inspectors Armstrong and Toschi agreed it was "highly probable" the card came from the Zodiac. On October 27, , Chronicle reporter Paul Avery who had been covering the Zodiac case received a Halloween card signed with a letter 'Z' and the Zodiac's cross circle symbol.
Handwritten on the card was the note "Peek-a-boo, you are doomed. Bates was found dead the next morning, a short distance from the library, between two abandoned houses slated to be demolished for campus renovations. The wires in her Volkswagen 's distributor cap had been pulled out. She was brutally beaten and stabbed to death. A man's Timex watch with a torn wristband was found nearby.
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A month later, on November 29, , nearly identical typewritten letters were mailed to the Riverside police and the Riverside Press-Enterprise , titled "The Confession". The author claimed responsibility for the Bates murder, providing details of the crime that were not released to the public. The author warned that Bates "is not the first and she will not be the last. It was signed with what were assumed to be the initials rh. During the investigation, Sherwood Morrill, California's top "Questioned Documents" examiner, expressed his opinion that the poem was written by the Zodiac.
On April 30, , exactly six months after the Bates murder, Bates' father Joseph, the Press-Enterprise , and the Riverside police all received nearly identical letters: in a handwritten scrawl the Press-Enterprise and police copies read "Bates had to die there will be more", with a small scribble at the bottom that resembled the letter Z. Joseph Bates' copy read "She had to die there will be more", this time without the Z signature. In the letter he credited the police, instead of Avery, for discovering his "Riverside activity, but they are only finding the easy ones, there are a hell of a lot more down there.
Paul Avery and the Riverside Police Department maintain that the Bates homicide was not committed by the Zodiac, but did concede some of the Bates letters may have been his work to claim credit falsely. On March 22, , a postcard to the Chronicle , addressed to "Paul Averly" and believed to be from the Zodiac, appeared to claim responsibility for the disappearance of Donna Lass on September 6, Zodiac's cross circle symbol was in both the place of the usual return address and the lower right section of the front face of the postcard.
Lass was a nurse at the Sahara Tahoe hotel and casino. Later that same day, both Lass's employer and her landlord received phone calls from an unknown male falsely claiming Lass had left town due to a family emergency. What appeared to be a grave site was discovered near the Clair Tappaan Lodge in Norden , California, on Sierra Club property, but an excavation yielded only a pair of sunglasses. Police believed that the assailant attempted to bind the victims, but when they freed themselves and attempted to flee, the killer shot them repeatedly in the back and chest with a.
The killer then placed their bodies in a small shack and then tried, unsuccessfully, to burn the structure to the ground. After the "Pines" card, the Zodiac remained silent for nearly three years. The Chronicle then received a letter from the Zodiac, postmarked January 29, , praising The Exorcist as "the best saterical comidy [ sic ] that I have ever seen". The letter included a snippet of verse from The Mikado and an unusual symbol at the bottom that has remained unexplained by researchers.
Of further communications sent by the public to members of the news media, some contained similar characteristics of previous Zodiac writings. The Chronicle received a letter postmarked February 14, , informing the editor that the initials for the Symbionese Liberation Army spelled out an Old Norse word meaning "kill". A letter to the Chronicle , postmarked May 8, , featured a complaint that the movie Badlands was "murder-glorification" and asked the paper to cut its advertisements.
Signed only "A citizen", the handwriting, tone, and surface irony were all similar to earlier Zodiac communications. The letter was signed "the Red Phantom red with rage ". The Zodiac's authorship of this letter is debated. A letter, dated April 24, , was initially deemed authentic, but was declared a hoax less than three months later by three experts.
Dave Toschi, the SFPD homicide detective who had worked the case since the Stine murder, was thought to have forged the letter, because author Armistead Maupin believed the letter to be similar to "fan mail" he received in which he believed was authored by Toschi. While he admitted to writing the fan mail, Toschi denied forging the Zodiac letter and was eventually cleared of any charges. The authenticity of this letter remains unverified. On March 3, , an American Greetings Christmas card sent to the Chronicle , postmarked in Eureka had recently been discovered in their photo files by editorial assistant Daniel King.
Postal keys on a magnet keychain. The handwriting on the envelope resembles Zodiac's print, but was declared inauthentic by forensic document examiner Lloyd Cunningham.
However, not all Zodiac experts agree with Cunningham's analysis. The card itself is unmarked. The Chronicle turned over all the material to the Vallejo Police Department for further analysis. In April , the SFPD marked the case "inactive", citing caseload pressure and resource demands, effectively closing the case. The case is open in Napa County  and in the city of Riverside.
In May , the Vallejo Police Department announced their intention to attempt to collect the Zodiac Killer's DNA from the back of stamps he used during his correspondence. The analysis, by a private laboratory, is expected to utilize an advanced new technique that is able to separate DNA from the glue present on the back of stamps. As of May , a Vallejo police detective said that results were expected in several weeks. Robert Graysmith 's book Zodiac advanced Arthur Leigh Allen as a potential suspect based on circumstantial evidence.
Allen had been interviewed by police from the early days of the Zodiac investigations and was the subject of several search warrants over a year period. In Graysmith noted that several police detectives described Allen as the most likely suspect. Allen had been reported in the vicinity of the Lake Berryessa attack against Hartnell and Shepard on September 27, ; he described himself scuba diving at Salt Point on the day of the attacks. According to Cheney, this conversation occurred no later than January 1, Jack Mulanax of the Vallejo Police Department subsequently wrote Allen had received an other than honorable discharge from the US Navy in , and had been fired from his job as an elementary school teacher in March after allegations of sexual misconduct with students.
He was generally well-regarded by those who knew him, but he was also described as fixated on young children and angry at women. He apparently never had a girlfriend or wife. In September , San Francisco police obtained a search warrant for Allen's residence. Vallejo police served another search warrant at Allen's residence in February Other evidence existed against Allen.
A letter sent to the Riverside Police Department from Bates's killer was typed with a Royal typewriter with an Elite type , the same brand found during the February search of Allen's residence. He owned and wore a Zodiac brand wristwatch. He lived in Vallejo and worked minutes away from where one of the first victims Ferrin lived and from where one of the killings took place. Since neither test result indicated a match, Allen and Cheney were excluded as the contributors of the DNA, though it cannot be stated definitively that it is DNA from the Zodiac on the envelopes.
Retired police handwriting expert Lloyd Cunningham, who worked the Zodiac case for decades, added "they gave me banana boxes full of Allen's writing, and none of his writing even came close to the Zodiac.
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In , a former lawyer named Robert Tarbox who, in August , was disbarred by the California Supreme Court for failure to pay some clients   said that in the early s a merchant mariner walked into his office and confessed to him that he was the Zodiac Killer. The seemingly lucid seaman whose name Tarbox would not reveal due to confidentiality described his crimes briefly but persuasively enough to convince Tarbox.
The man said he was trying to stop himself from his "opportunistic" murder spree but never returned to see Tarbox again. Tarbox took out a full-page ad in the Vallejo Times-Herald that he claimed would clear the name of Arthur Leigh Allen as a killer, his only reason for revealing the story thirty years after the fact. Robert Graysmith , the author of several books on Zodiac, said Tarbox's story was "entirely plausible".
In , an episode of the History Channel television series MysteryQuest looked at newspaper editor Richard Gaikowski — During the time of the murders, Gaikowski worked for Good Times , a San Francisco counterculture newspaper. His appearance resembles the composite sketch, and Nancy Slover, the Vallejo police dispatcher who was contacted by the Zodiac shortly after the Blue Rock Springs Attack, has identified a recording of Gaikowski's voice as being the same as the Zodiac's.
District Attorney Steve Kaye subsequently wrote a letter which is published in the revised edition stating that if George Hodel were still alive he would be prosecuted for the crimes. In , a picture surfaced of known Zodiac victim Darlene Ferrin and a man who closely resembles the composite sketch, formed based on eyewitnesses' descriptions, of the Zodiac Killer. Police believe the photo was taken in San Francisco in the middle of or In February , it was reported that a man named Louis Joseph Myers had confessed to a friend in that he was the Zodiac Killer, after learning that he was dying from cirrhosis of the liver.
He requested that his friend, Randy Kenney, go to the police upon his death. Myers died in , but Kenney allegedly had difficulties getting officers to cooperate and take the claims seriously. There are several potential connections between Myers and the Zodiac case. Myers allegedly worked in the same restaurant as victim Darlene Ferrin. Myers also had access to the same sort of military boot whose print was found at the Lake Berryessa crime scene. Furthermore, during the — period when no Zodiac letters were received, Myers was stationed overseas with the military.
Kenney says that Myers confessed he targeted couples because he had had a bad breakup with a girlfriend. While officers associated with the case are skeptical, they believe the story is credible enough to investigate. After his death, investigators were unable to locate his family and discovered that he had stolen the identity of an eight-year-old boy who was killed in a car crash in Texas in The lengths to which Nichols went to hide his identity led to speculation that he was a fugitive.
In late , [U. Marshals Service-Cleveland, Ohio] announced that forensic genealogist Dr. In Fitzpatrick along with Dr.