Zodiac Killer Hoax: For Example

According the first letter, “The girl [Darlene Ferrin] was wearing patterned slacks.” No, according to all the police files, she was wearing a dress. The author of the letter got the idea of “patterned slacks” from one garbled carbon copy of one specific evidence inventory sheet that read, “blood stained and spattered slack dress.” On the copy, it looks like “XXXXXXXXered slack dress” But no slacks are mentioned; only the dress. Yes, a “slack dress” can be worn with slacks or jeans or shorts, but no report mentions any. The hoaxer only ever had a quick, probably one-shot glance at a very small handful of files that were located in one specific place. The rest of their info came from newspaper accounts. For example, “10 shots were fired” was mentioned in newspaper stories the first week after the Lake Herman Road shooting.
According to the actual police department files from the original murder cases, there was no “Zodiac Killer,” only some phony letters to the SF Chronicle claiming credit for some unrelated murders, exploited in a book full of lies by Robert Graysmith (real name: Robert Smith, Jr).

Graysmith’s fraud is debunked here:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1986Book

If you’d like to know who REALLY wrote the Zodiac Killer letters:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1969-Kindle-2nd-Edition

The footnotes in these books are clickable links that take you to a FREE website where you can read and discuss these documents for yourself.

@ZodiacHoax

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Zodiac Killer Hoax: Where To Start

According to the actual police department files from the original murder cases, there was no “Zodiac Killer,” only some phony letters to the SF Chronicle claiming credit for some unrelated murders, exploited in a book full of lies by Robert Graysmith (real name: Robert Smith, Jr).

Graysmith’s fraud is debunked here:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1986Book

If you’d like to know who REALLY wrote the Zodiac Killer letters:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1969-Kindle-2nd-Edition

The footnotes in these books are clickable links that take you to a FREE website where you can read and discuss these documents for yourself.

@ZodiacHoax

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Welcome to Zodiac Killer Hoax!

Welcome to the Zodiac Killer Hoax blog! The topic is simple:

According to the actual police department files from the original murder cases, there was no “Zodiac Killer,” only some phony letters to the SF Chronicle claiming credit for some unrelated murders, exploited in a book full of lies by Robert Graysmith (real name: Robert Smith, Jr).

Graysmith’s fraud is debunked here:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1986Book

If you’d like to know who REALLY wrote the Zodiac Killer letters:

http://tinyurl.com/GZKH1969-Kindle-2nd-Edition

The footnotes in these books are clickable links that take you to a FREE website where you can read and discuss these documents for yourself.

@ZodiacHoax

Thomas Henry Horan

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