As you know HorrorScope has been delayed, but it is all to a good purpose. I have one piece of the puzzle being sent me in the mail. After it is fitted into place, I will go forward with my dossier (unpublished) and submit it. Then, though this is not yet finalized, I think I should wait for the official results before publication. This I do not yet know if it is feasible.
My dossiers on EAR/ONS are welcomed, but I have only had one contact with the jurisdictions involved in the Zodiac case, and it is not at the DA level. I was asked to be very specific in my information, and I decided at that point to wait to submit it until I could show some serious hand printing.
I know many have waited years for this. My web section on Q files gets lots of traffic. But Zodiac was a once very popular cold case. It has ebbed and flowed and been subject to the carnival. I don’t intend to be simply another installment in that spectacle. I set out to solve these cases or contribute significantly thereto.
HorrorScope must set it all in order and present the case from the beginning, in its context, and then present the solution. The solution must simply not be some hype on the cover.
The solution is threefold– hand printing, fingerprints, and then a spot card from the coroner to compare DNA with the stamps on Zodiac’s envelopes.
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Since 1990 Gian J. Quasar has investigated a broad range of mysterious subjects, from strange disappearances to serial murders, earning in that time the unique distinction of being likened to “the real life Kolchak.” However, he is much more at home with being called The Quester or Q Man. “He’s bloody eccentric, an historian with no qualifications who sticks his nose into affairs and gets results.” He is the author of several books, one of which inspired a Resolution in Congress.