The “Zodiac” was obsessed with puzzles, ciphers and mysteries. Consistently sending letters and clues to the authorities and newspapers, specifically The San Francisco Chronicle. He grew a deep connection with the newspaper and two members of staff, Robert Graysmith and Paul Avery. Robert Graysmith unofficially cracked the case of The “Zodiac” killer. Paul Avery helped, but became resentful and bitter after the “Zodiac” claimed he was going to kill him. Zodiac sent countless letters and ciphers. They were chilling and many were never printed due to there nature. He constantly referenced classic movies and literature such as “The Most Dangerous Game “about a man who is an expert hunter and he has become bored of hunting animals so he hunts men instead.
The “Zodiac” was never caught because of outdated police procedures and the general lack of crime scene technology at the time. Zodiac was a particularly intelligent serial killer, He chose the majority of his victims at random, and he killed silently in secluded places. He killed efficiently and without complication most of the times.
It is generally considered that Zodiac was at times a sexually motivated killer. He... [continues]
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