The Count Of Monte Cristo


The Count Of Monte Cristo from ZodiacKiller Here is another possible clue I found today. This reddit user seems to theorize that the Zodiac Killer drew some of his inspiration from the story of The Count of Monte Cristo… Today I found this in one of Harvey’s folders…: It is a page out of the…

This!


Just a note to document this theory I found about the reason the Zodiac Killer stopped killing. This person hit the nail on the head. Harvey lost his license to drive due to his failing eyes. He lost it for an undetermined amount of time but did get his license back some time later. I…

Harvey’s brother Ray Jr. was a taxi driver


This is a huge discovery for the Zodiac Killer case. An individual (reddit user: sdrybread) contacted me this morning to bring to my attention that Harvey’s brother Ray’s Army enlistment documents show that he was a taxi driver. For anyone who doesn’t have knowledge of the case, there was an unsolved murder in Southern California…

So many chills


Everytime I begin to read the Zodiac Killer forums out there, I get chills up my spine because the theories and facts line up so well with what I know about Harvey. Harvey was sarcastic. He had a sophisticated intellect. He placed himself high on a pedestal linguistically. He was very smart. He was very…

Fingerprints


If they have any prints from any perpetrator, these could be used to include or eliminate a suspect. These prints were not in any database due to the Fire in the Personnel Records Building back in 1973. All of his files were destroyed in that mysterious fire. Does anyone have any experience with matching fingerprints?…

Marshall Shingle Company, Oakland California


The Marshall Shingle Company in Oakland was owned by Harvey’s Step-Father. Harvey worked for his stepfather at the Shingle Company in February 1953, according to the timeline you see below. In 1956, there was a suspicious fire at the Shingle Company as documented in the article below found on http://www.newspapers.com. Below is Edward E. Marshall’s…

Phyllis O’Brien Carson


I think I’ve found another connection. Harvey Francis Colliver loved his wordplay. This sure sounds like all the others. Please check out the link above for the details of this case. For those who are unfamiliar with how this case is significant to Mr. Colliver…his middle name is Francis. The truck stop/bar she was last…

Letter to Italy


This is a letter from Harvey to a family member or friend he’d written in January 1980. The letter is in Italian. I used the google translate app to translate it into English. The letter starts off with a greeting, then goes into his possible visit to Italy, but he says his Mother is afraid…

Like no other


https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink/topic?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Etapatalk%2Ecom%2Fgroups%2Fthezodiackillercolliver%2Fviewtopic%2Ephp%3Fp%3D49%23p49&share_tid=18&share_pid=49&share_fid=2084329&share_type=t&link_source=app What I think is different about Harvey as the Zodiac Killer is the fact that Harvey led me to the Zodiac Killer case himself. I didn’t start with being a researcher for the Zodiac Killer suspects. He led me to it and I then had to learn about the case to see the similarities….

Films


After so long, I have finally gotten the movies back from the developer. As expected, there’s no smoking gun. Just little blips that keep me suspicious of this man. I saved some screenshots. It was interesting to see him as a younger man. In the films, there is a short clip where the video goes…

Things I overlooked


The post before this got me thinking about the things I saw in his house that made me wonder about his identity. I wasn’t thinking at that time that he was anything but a little old man that was a loner and had no family. I didn’t think even once that he could have been…

It’s been 11 years


Eleven years ago my friend and neighbor died and I was taking care of him when he passed. I was the one that had to sort through his possessions to find next of kin. While doing so, I came across numerous items that made me suspicious of who this man really was. The suspicion was…