NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Re: NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Postby glurk » Fri Jan 08, 2016 10:37 am

Not to mention that he doesn't really look that much like the sketch, any more than any average male from that era wearing black horn-rimmed glasses, and his name is not in the ciphers, at least in any true cryptographic sense.

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Re: NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Postby mike_r » Fri Jan 08, 2016 11:25 am

Hi-

With regard to the cab print, I also wondered if that were truly a scar. The purported scar begins in the sharp dividing line between dark and light, sort of like the terminator on the moon. So is it a scar or Is it just the division between light and dark? What gets me is that this book still gets 4-5 star reviews because there are no retractions ever made for the handwriting, and I am sure there will not be one for this, either.

What I don't understand is how a professional print guy just threw this figure together and said that he didn't know what it meant but just interpret as you will. If he didn't have an opinion, he should not have created it.

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Re: NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Postby Zresearch » Mon Nov 20, 2017 9:03 am

Theforeigner wrote:
Seagull wrote:Here is a picture of the suspect.

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Do you know his name?


I am sure this is an old thread, and I am sure by now most already know this suspects name is "earl van best Jr."

Does anybody who has looked into this suspect or read this book have any comments or remarks regarding this suspect? Worth looking into? A dead end?
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Re: NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Postby Susie » Mon Nov 20, 2017 1:45 pm

Zresearch wrote:
Theforeigner wrote:
Seagull wrote:Here is a picture of the suspect.

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Do you know his name?


I am sure this is an old thread, and I am sure by now most already know this suspects name is "earl van best Jr."

Does anybody who has looked into this suspect or read this book have any comments or remarks regarding this suspect? Worth looking into? A dead end?

Don't waste your time. He's not worth looking into.
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Re: NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Postby Zresearch » Tue Nov 21, 2017 9:47 am

Thank you!

It is this type of response which I was looking for, either a "it is a good idea to research this person" or "it is a waste of time to research this person"

I really did not think there was much to this person of interest, nothing really stood out to me at least, and then seeing as how this book was published a few years back and nothing major ever resulted from it, I figured this was a dead end.

Thank you again.
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Re: NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Postby ophion1031 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 5:58 am

If it turns out that Van Best was the guy that Tom Hanson and his team grabbed and questioned, then I will be interested in him as a suspect.
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Re: NEW! "The Zodiac Killer Is My Father"

Postby Skyward » Fri Jan 05, 2018 9:56 am

mike_r wrote:Hi-

The most interesting part of this guy's case is the hand printing, right? The "bloody print" thing is hokey. Nobody has yet explained why you reverse the print before you compare it other than the fact that it is inconveniently a mirror image of the one you have. The resemblance to the sketch is only a start and the code thing may be one of those strange coincidences that follow certain suspects around. The 340 and "My name is.." "solutions" are laughable without a PATTERN of some kind to them.

There is no evidence that Anton Lavey or Satanism were involved in the Z case (in fact he turned one of his members in to Avery at one point!). The innuendo about Rick Marshall is irrelevant unless you have proof that they were accomplices. Everyone apparently knew Darlene--Allen was at her party, Gyke supposedly knew her, etc. He used to hum the Mikado. But then Allen used to mutter "Tit willow" to himself three times to relieve stress. That is all sh*t you throw at the wall and hope some of it sticks.

Mike

Yes mike...reading old thread last night...only thing intetesting is the Asian Box for keeping 'slaves' but where is the friend who had that anecdote...that puts him in POI territory but need real smoking gun on that...even if Best wrote out the marriage certificate it doesn't match Zodiac...similar but not Zodiac...the prints can be reversed, they still don't match...prints in car will always be red herring until exact matches are found and they wont be, 50 years later.
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