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We know the Zodiac Killer was an avid reader of the newspapers, often replying to law enforcement officers such as Vallejo Police Chief Jack E. Stiltz and Captain Martin Lee, as well as arbitrary content from the newspaper articles themselves. Therefore, would it be any great surprise if he found his pseudonym in the newspapers as well. Covered very briefly on Zodiac Killer Mystery forum and Tom Voigt's old message board, this finding deserved another showing. The Zodiac Killer and the influence of astrology has been widely covered throughout the years, but below we have a column that featured daily over several decades in many newspapers, including the Vallejo Times-Herald throughout the relevant time period of the Lake Herman Road and Blue Rock Springs attacks. The Star Gazer astrology column was created by Clay R. Pollan and ran in over 400 newspapers. He was a newspaper editor and publisher for many years, and founded the Inter-American Features Syndicate in the mid 1940s which distributed Star Gazer and Scram-lets puzzles.
The columns began with 'To develop the message for (day), read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign'. We mention the Zodiac Killer crosshairs being found in conjunction with the word 'Zodiac' on a watch, but here we have a column that would have featured in the Vallejo Times-Herald in 1969, that contained a hidden message within the Zodiac horoscope - and on July 31st 1969, the Zodiac Killer mailed a hidden message in three portions of code, one of which was sent to the Vallejo Times-Herald, and one which was mailed to the San Francisco Chronicle, in which he wrote 'In this cipher is my idenity'. Is it conceivable that the inspiration for his pseudonym was derived from this Zodiac horoscope, which further inspired him to begin his letter writing campaign with a concealed message?
Twenty-one years later, could the Zodiac Killer have returned and used the very same technique, when he mailed the Celebrity Cypher. Luis Campos, born in Santiago, Dominican Republic is an inventor, poet and cryptographer who created puzzles and ciphers for the United Features Syndicate of New York, beginning in 1983. He would create six celebrity ciphers a week, featuring famous quotes from well-known people, past and present. The reader had to identify the person and quote from the encoded text. The characters in the cryptograms were deliberately spaced into separate words, as shown below.
On September 25th 1990, somebody mailed the Celebrity Cypherto the Vallejo Times-Herald, approximately three months before the 1990 'Eureka' card - often associated with the Zodiac Killer. Bearing in mind the 408 cipher mailed to the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner and Vallejo Times-Herald on July 31st 1969, many have pondered whether this postcard was mailed by the Bay Area murderer.
We may now have two sets of Zodiac communications inspired by the hidden messages of Clay R. Pollan and Luis Campos, with the Vallejo Times-Herald the common denominator in both instances. We know the Zodiac Killer derived inspiration from the newspapers, but did this inspiration extend to mimicking the art of hidden messaging? This concept could have extended even further, when the Zodiac Killer designed his infamous unsolved 340 cipher, that may have been taken straight from the Dick Tracy comic and breakfast cereals of children - again receiving widespread publicity in the newspapers. See the Dick Tracy 340 Cipher article.
10/20/2019 01:34:49 pm

Richard , did you know that there was a message in the Vallejo Star Gazer that said : The stars smiled on both Dec 20th and July 4th, they will smile again on Labor day weekend. Then it went on to say something about ,Roaring like a lion , brings attention? I don't remember the exact words. Of course nothing happened that Labor day weekend but it sure did the following yr on that weekend. I do believe that Zodiac was living in the Vallejo area and not SF. He wanted us to think he lived in SF and that is why so many letters were mailed from there is what I believe.

10/20/2019 02:34:35 pm

What do you mean by a message Sandy. Do you mean somebody sent a message to the paper by letter? And if so, when was it sent and where does this information come from? Yes, the letters were likely delivered on his way to work in San Francisco. It's no coincidence his murders took place during the weekend after the weekday had finished - Friday, Friday, Saturday and Saturday, yet his letters were effectively any old day (weekdays mainly). Also, if you are heading home after BRS, why not make the payphone call halfway between BRS and San Francisco (if you lived there), rather than a call after 40 mins from a payphone only 9 minutes away on Springs and Tuolumne.

10/20/2019 02:58:26 pm

Also Sandy, concerning the 1986 letter. Koy Ien Saechao and Choy Fow Salee were the victims in the letter and Sacramento PD never replied to any of my contacts - but they had traveled 119 miles from Merced and it was assumed they pulled over for a rest. I don't buy that argument, because they were only 40 miles from home (40-45 minutes journey time). I have pinpointed where they supposedly pulled over for a rest - just 3 miles past downtown Sacramento and a few hundred yards from an exit ramp. If they had driven 116 miles it would have been the logical move to pull off the highway in Sacramento for a rest, rather than carry on 3 miles and pull over on the highway itself. I believe they were ushered to the side of the road on a ruse just like Kathleen Johns supposedly was sixteen years earlier. Both sets of victims actually passed through Merced and Modesto, although it's highly unlikely Koy Ien Saechao and Choy Fow Salee were trailed for over 100 miles. The couple may very well have pulled into Sacramento for a rest and picked up a tail there. Killed just 3 miles later. Interstate 5 passes only 2 miles from Sutter Hospital.

11/11/2019 03:35:00 pm

Their are 12 astrological signs in the Zodiac.
Pisces is the twelfth sign of the zodiac in western astrology.
It is a water sign from the 20th of February to the 20th of March.
This sign looks like a capital letter H. Its represented by a couple of fish.
Donald Harden 12 letters DOB=March 16, 1928 (3+16+19+28=66) 6+6=12
He solved the 408 = (D = 4) + ( 0 = space) + (H = 8) = ( D H =12 )


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Larry Pines Astrologer Series

We know the Zodiac Killer was an avid reader of the newspapers, often replying to law enforcement officers such as Vallejo Police Chief Jack E. Stiltz and Captain Martin Lee, as well as arbitrary content from the newspaper articles themselves. Therefore, would it be any great surprise if he found his pseudonym in the newspapers as well. Covered very briefly on Zodiac Killer Mystery forum and Tom Voigt's old message board, this finding deserved another showing. The Zodiac Killer and the influence of astrology has been widely covered throughout the years, but below we have a column that featured daily over several decades in many newspapers, including the Vallejo Times-Herald throughout the relevant time period of the Lake Herman Road and Blue Rock Springs attacks. The Star Gazer astrology column was created by Clay R. Pollan and ran in over 400 newspapers. He was a newspaper editor and publisher for many years, and founded the Inter-American Features Syndicate in the mid 1940s which distributed Star Gazer and Scram-lets puzzles.
The columns began with 'To develop the message for (day), read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign'. We mention the Zodiac Killer crosshairs being found in conjunction with the word 'Zodiac' on a watch, but here we have a column that would have featured in the Vallejo Times-Herald in 1969, that contained a hidden message within the Zodiac horoscope - and on July 31st 1969, the Zodiac Killer mailed a hidden message in three portions of code, one of which was sent to the Vallejo Times-Herald, and one which was mailed to the San Francisco Chronicle, in which he wrote 'In this cipher is my idenity'. Is it conceivable that the inspiration for his pseudonym was derived from this Zodiac horoscope, which further inspired him to begin his letter writing campaign with a concealed message?
Twenty-one years later, could the Zodiac Killer have returned and used the very same technique, when he mailed the Celebrity Cypher. Luis Campos, born in Santiago, Dominican Republic is an inventor, poet and cryptographer who created puzzles and ciphers for the United Features Syndicate of New York, beginning in 1983. He would create six celebrity ciphers a week, featuring famous quotes from well-known people, past and present. The reader had to identify the person and quote from the encoded text. The characters in the cryptograms were deliberately spaced into separate words, as shown below.
On September 25th 1990, somebody mailed the Celebrity Cypherto the Vallejo Times-Herald, approximately three months before the 1990 'Eureka' card - often associated with the Zodiac Killer. Bearing in mind the 408 cipher mailed to the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Examiner and Vallejo Times-Herald on July 31st 1969, many have pondered whether this postcard was mailed by the Bay Area murderer.
We may now have two sets of Zodiac communications inspired by the hidden messages of Clay R. Pollan and Luis Campos, with the Vallejo Times-Herald the common denominator in both instances. We know the Zodiac Killer derived inspiration from the newspapers, but did this inspiration extend to mimicking the art of hidden messaging? This concept could have extended even further, when the Zodiac Killer designed his infamous unsolved 340 cipher, that may have been taken straight from the Dick Tracy comic and breakfast cereals of children - again receiving widespread publicity in the newspapers. See the Dick Tracy 340 Cipher article.
10/20/2019 01:34:49 pm

Richard , did you know that there was a message in the Vallejo Star Gazer that said : The stars smiled on both Dec 20th and July 4th, they will smile again on Labor day weekend. Then it went on to say something about ,Roaring like a lion , brings attention? I don't remember the exact words. Of course nothing happened that Labor day weekend but it sure did the following yr on that weekend. I do believe that Zodiac was living in the Vallejo area and not SF. He wanted us to think he lived in SF and that is why so many letters were mailed from there is what I believe.

10/20/2019 02:34:35 pm

What do you mean by a message Sandy. Do you mean somebody sent a message to the paper by letter? And if so, when was it sent and where does this information come from? Yes, the letters were likely delivered on his way to work in San Francisco. It's no coincidence his murders took place during the weekend after the weekday had finished - Friday, Friday, Saturday and Saturday, yet his letters were effectively any old day (weekdays mainly). Also, if you are heading home after BRS, why not make the payphone call halfway between BRS and San Francisco (if you lived there), rather than a call after 40 mins from a payphone only 9 minutes away on Springs and Tuolumne.

10/20/2019 02:58:26 pm

Also Sandy, concerning the 1986 letter. Koy Ien Saechao and Choy Fow Salee were the victims in the letter and Sacramento PD never replied to any of my contacts - but they had traveled 119 miles from Merced and it was assumed they pulled over for a rest. I don't buy that argument, because they were only 40 miles from home (40-45 minutes journey time). I have pinpointed where they supposedly pulled over for a rest - just 3 miles past downtown Sacramento and a few hundred yards from an exit ramp. If they had driven 116 miles it would have been the logical move to pull off the highway in Sacramento for a rest, rather than carry on 3 miles and pull over on the highway itself. I believe they were ushered to the side of the road on a ruse just like Kathleen Johns supposedly was sixteen years earlier. Both sets of victims actually passed through Merced and Modesto, although it's highly unlikely Koy Ien Saechao and Choy Fow Salee were trailed for over 100 miles. The couple may very well have pulled into Sacramento for a rest and picked up a tail there. Killed just 3 miles later. Interstate 5 passes only 2 miles from Sutter Hospital.

11/11/2019 03:35:00 pm

Their are 12 astrological signs in the Zodiac.
Pisces is the twelfth sign of the zodiac in western astrology.
It is a water sign from the 20th of February to the 20th of March.
This sign looks like a capital letter H. Lizard making sound astrology. Its represented by a couple of fish.
Donald Harden 12 letters DOB=March 16, 1928 (3+16+19+28=66) 6+6=12
He solved the 408 = (D = 4) + ( 0 = space) + (H = 8) = ( D H =12 )


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