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 to travel due to terrorists. He then talks about wanting an Italian woman to come to the United States to live with him. He says he wants her to not be able to speak or understand any English. He wants her to speak to him in Italian. At the end he suggests that the person he is writing to should send him books in Italian and he will send books there in English.

That is, if the translate button works correctly. Maybe someone else can translate this letter? My connection is so slow. The translation might be wrong.

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. The suspects in the case have all been chosen because of something someone discovered about them that fit in with what they know about this case.

http://www.relentless1.net/zodiac

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.

This is the Sunbeam car he drove in 1969.

In the films, there is a short clip where the video goes from a child playing a violin, then cuts quickly to two men fighting eachother on the ground, then cuts back to the child again.

In another part of the film, the same silent film is cut in, backwards and upside down and plays for a moment before cutting back to the family again.

He recorded a visit to the Masonic Cemetery near Bodie, CA., and some short clips of Bodie, the gold rush era ghost town near Mono Lake in Northern California. There was also a trip to an African type safari that used to be operational in Southern California, but has since closed down.

Nothing that I could see was anything more than simple home movies.

I’ve sent all of the movies to his family. I am sure they will enjoy seeing the movies since they were made 60 years ago and had not been developed yet until now.