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Saturday, December 16, 2017

Zodiac Killer Phrases, Words, and Speech Patterns

Zodiac Killer Phrases, Words, and Speech Patterns


This is useful for a few reasons.
1. Words and phrases he use tell us more about who he was
2. Speech patterns and words could help tell where he was from and help to compare to suspects words and speech patterns
3. Misspelled words could help us with words he misspelled in the code which makes them harder to solve. A lot I think he did on purpose because he used correct spelling in other places and some could just be normal errors one makes when writing (which we all do)



Phrases and words The Zodiac used that I find interesting. 
These may be added to over time and I may add notes to why I think some are interesting. 

                                     
                                                                             























Why are there quotations in places where there are no words?(I think this is an overlay key and these quotations mean I have to go back and see if these may relate to that in any way)






















Misspelled words used by the Zodiac Killer. 

This may be added to or corrected every time I study the Zodiac killer letters. 


                                                                   already = allready

anialating = anilating 



blubber = bluber


blue meanie = blue meannies (a term taken from the Beetles)


blue pigs = a term he used 


brunette = brownett



                                                                  buses = busses

busy = bussy


shall = a word he liked to use (which i think tells us something about him)


buttons = butons



                                                                        cycles = cicles






comedy = comidy (also I find it interesting he used the word "saterical")



                    complete = complet ( then marked out as to correct it but could mean something else like a marker for something.

disconnect = disconect


considerably = considerbly



control = controol


couple = coupple


cruise = cruze






                                           spelled correctly i just find it interesting he used it


                                                                           do = doo


drowning = drownding ( could be misspelled on purpose or this might be how he actually pronounced it which could give some idea of where he was from) 


dungeon = dungon


effective = efective


idiot = idiout  phrases = phraises enthusiastic = inthusastic


extremely = extreamly



fiddle + fart (interesting words he used)




                                                                      figure = figgure


front = frunt


Friday = Fry


happen = hapen


Christmas = Christmass (but this is actually a word in some places)



hours = howers



humorest = hummerest


identity = idenity


not sure what this is right now


inflicting spelled correctly but I find it interesting how he sometimes separates words like (in flicting)


interesting = intersting


lose = loose
                                                                 

lying = lyeing


                                                                   curious = cerous

minutes = minuts


motor cycles = motor cicles



I find it interesting he used this word and not something more offensive 
                                     


nose = noze    rubbed = rubed



                                                  organist = orginast (reversed i and a)



I find it interesting he used the term "peeled rubber" and spelled "rubber" correctly


please = pleass   or maybe pleas = pleass (i have to reread letters)


possibly = posibly


promised = promiced


provinces = provences ( I find it interesting he used this word though it could have been part of the original mikado play. I have to check. either way it is interesting he remembered how this went word for (almost basically) word. I think he had the words to this readily for reading. 





                                                               serenader = seranader



                                                                    scene = cene



                                                                 shaking = shakeing  (you will notice he either does this on purpose or is just writing and not thinking about spelling because at other times we will drop the e when adding ing but in a lot of cases does not. This shows he knows the correct spelling but why he does this is the question. on purpose or accident? either was you must look for misspellings like this in the codes.


silowets = silhouettes


singularly = singurly    anomaly = abnomily (maybe abnormally)


so as you see (interesting words he chose for reasons I will explain later)


suicide = sucide


                                                                       sunday = sun


until = untill


sure = shure


switches = swiches


territory = teritory


thought = though



                                                                trigger = triger

twitched = twiched


Twisted Shoes ( very interesting words he used and they care capitalized like the name of a place)


twitch = twich


uncompromising = uncompromiseing 


until = untill


using = useing


pestilential = pestulentual      nuisances = nucences        write = whrite


victim = victom (he spelled this correctly other times which shows a lot of this is on purpose)

interesting phrases and words 

Whatchamacallit(candybar) = wachamacallit
thingamabob(yes an actual thing) = thingmebob
you can google those two if you don't believe me and my spell check recognized them 


wondering (as in curious) spelled as wandering (as in lost)


waiting = wateing    paradise = paradice (which I think is a hint to something)


waving = waveing


                                                           

                                                                   wiping = wipeing



woman = woeman


need to do more research on this



abbreviations 


= 7 meaning he killed 7 people . He stated this was what he meant in a letter.