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Thank you TerryB for catching that typo. It was late and I was blurry eyed... I finished both DC Phantom and DB Cooper in the same evening after a very long day of work. I am currently up to 1044 slides in the presentation and beginning 1973 now. Almost there!!!
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 I really like the work that you've done on this thread. I noticed how strongly the Black Dahlia letters line up and resemble the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note in terms of writing style, especially his use of lower case 'L's'. It's also amazing just how many of his other nuances were incorporated into the DB Cooper writings. I was wondering what your take on how feminine some of his writings were? Effeminate might be a better term?  
     BTW, it seems to me that there are more and more people taking our work seriously in recent times. I know that I've been driving home several key points regarding the Ramsey case and how it's related to these other cases.
     Also and BTW, I assume that you aren't confusing 1969 DC Freeway Phantom with the DC Freeway Sniper case?


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Thank you TerryB, it's nice to be appreciated for all this work. I think there are some men who have beautiful writing, and so I never attempt to gender classify writing. That goes with age too... I could be looking at horrible writing from a 30 year old man that looks more like a second grader's handwriting or vise a versa. Most men do not care about their handwriting and make no strides or effort to make it better, but I have seen females with horrible handwriting too.... Jack seems to like to play with his writing and thinks he is really good at it, but all forgers do! LOL

The other part here is that genders in my mind have been split from 2 to 4. I could be looking at the handwriting of someone who is gay, and erroneously mistake it for feminine writing. It's better that one just stays away from that idea. Now the linguistics on the other hand can and usually does tell you if the author is feminine or masculine based on the content.

Yes this thread is about the murders of the African American girls near an AF base in Maryland and DC. The perp would mix jurisdictions just like Zodiac, OCCK, and others we have looked at. This is a definite staple in Jack's MO. Somehow he knew at an early age that crossing jurisdictions would cause infighting and pissing contests so he could be free to get away with it over and over again. 


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Nanette, to this day there are people that have posted that they claim the author of the Ramsey ransom note was a woman, others have piped in that it was written by a homosexual, I've never bought into either notion. So, I agree with you completely on that particular subject. Your reasoning on this is exactly the same as mine.
     I'm a newbie to the subject of the 1969 DC Freeway Phantom crimes.

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Hi Nanette, I assume that you intentionally mixed Ramsey note figures in some examples?  Some of the lower case l's that you have attributed to the the Black Dahlia case are in fact from the Ramsey ransom note. Whatever the case may be, it doesn't matter, because your workmanship is overall very sound.
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Ahh yes, those ll's should have been labeled Ramsey. Not sure how that happened, but it looks like I had taken all the Ramsey stuff out from the other slides except the punctuation. It's all about to be revealed here shortly.
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