Gaikowski's Writing Samples

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Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby morf13 » Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:35 pm

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traveller1st wrote:
bentley wrote:Show me a sample of a 2 from Z with a loop in it...


I don't think there is one.

morf13 wrote:The numbers look closer then the letters, but I still cant see a match that jumps out at me.


I've seen way better matches for the numbers - Mazzy's poi for instance


Here's San Fran for comparison. Note how unique RG's l/c r is and it's diff from Z's. RG's is on the bottom.

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Daniel Gillotti wrote:I have a question:

Did Gyke write insure for $500.00 dollars at the top of the page and if he did, look at the S for insure look familiar to anyone…

Daniel

Good question. The "r" looks like his to me but I just don't know. It also looks like the same pen
did it. It is also written on another page and the ink looks a little darker to me.
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Some More Gaikowski.
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Example of Gaik's handwriting from 1954
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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby Quicktrader » Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:57 pm

K, s, d, Y, L, f...all very different. The numbers match quite well, could be accidentially. Ruled out imo.

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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby Quicktrader » Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:58 pm

K, s, d, Y, L, f...all very different. The numbers match quite well, could be accidentially. Ruled out imo, although he still has the 'th' close together.

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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby morf13 » Sat Apr 13, 2013 10:06 am

The letter K from Gaik looks like none I have ever seen Z use,not even close. The number 2 by zodiac was like a Z, where Gaik has a overlapping curl to his. Way more differences than similarities in my opinion
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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby Welsh Chappie » Sat Apr 27, 2013 7:24 am

I'm thinking of writing a book on Gaikowski as a Zodiac suspect. Here is chapter One.

"Once upon a time there was a man called Richard Gaikowski, who worked as an editor. Richard was out of State and Country during Zodiac activity so it isn't him, and every one lived happily ever after.

THE END


(PS, best seller there without question) hehe.
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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby Nachtsider » Sun Apr 28, 2013 3:33 pm

Welsh Chappie wrote:Richard was out of State and Country during Zodiac activity so it isn't him...

Until we find his passport, none of us can make that conclusion.
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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby gort » Wed May 01, 2013 11:04 am

Welsh Chappie wrote:I'm thinking of writing a book on Gaikowski as a Zodiac suspect. Here is chapter One.

"Once upon a time there was a man called Richard Gaikowski, who worked as an editor. Richard was out of State and Country during Zodiac activity so it isn't him, and every one lived happily ever after.

THE END


(PS, best seller there without question) hehe.


Sounds a winner to me! I honestly think Gaikowski is a lousy suspect,take away Blaines insane acid damaged ramblings and I am not seeing anything that suggests he is Z.No disrespect to anybody who has him as a favourite POI, but It annoys me the way this guys name has been dragged through the mud.
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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby drew » Tue May 07, 2013 8:15 pm

Richard stated in a letter that he spent a week in Northern Ireland in January (1969). His February 1, 1969 article in the Knickerbocker News references events that happened during that last week of January -- so the article corroborates his letter. Maybe it makes sense that he lost the passport since it does nothing in terms of an alibi.
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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby smithy » Wed May 08, 2013 3:34 am

gort wrote:
Welsh Chappie wrote:I'm thinking of writing a book on Gaikowski as a Zodiac suspect. Here is chapter One.

"Once upon a time there was a man called Richard Gaikowski, who worked as an editor. Richard was out of State and Country during Zodiac activity so it isn't him, and every one lived happily ever after.

THE END


(PS, best seller there without question) hehe.


Sounds a winner to me! I honestly think Gaikowski is a lousy suspect,take away Blaines insane acid damaged ramblings and I am not seeing anything that suggests he is Z.No disrespect to anybody who has him as a favourite POI, but It annoys me the way this guys name has been dragged through the mud.

So. Gaikowski's handwriting's not a good match, no-one can place him at any crime scene, he's a radical homosexual magazine guy (an interesting demographic for a serial killer of - mostly couples), and since police looked at him and dismissed him (that's correct isn't it? That's how his name got out there?) we might presume - if we were presumptious - that his fingerprints don't match anything. I wonder if he had a gun collection and an ex-military background? :roll:
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Re: Gaikowski's Writing Samples

Postby Nachtsider » Wed May 08, 2013 4:13 pm

He did have a military background, as a matter of fact. He was an Army medic.

The fact that Gaikowski makes references to events in Northern Ireland in one of his articles cannot be used as evidence that he was actually there. Come on, guys, it's basic detective work - you cannot take a suspect's statements at face value until they're independently corroborated (by someone who isn't the suspect's friend and might cover for him, I might add). Some of the methods used to rule him out are ridiculous.
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