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John Dolva

The Zodiac Killer

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Sun and Moon Data for One Day

The following information is provided for Vallejo, Solano County, California (longitude W122.2, latitude N38.1):

Saturday

11 October 1969 Pacific Daylight Time

SUN

Begin civil twilight 6:47 a.m.

Sunrise 7:14 a.m.

Sun transit 12:56 p.m.

Sunset 6:37 p.m.

End civil twilight 7:03 p.m.

MOON

Moonset 6:14 p.m. on preceding day

Moonrise 7:35 a.m.

Moon transit 1:12 p.m.

Moonset 6:39 p.m.

Moonrise 8:44 a.m. on following day

New Moon on 11 October 1969 at 2:39 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time. (1.39 then?)

Sausalito, Corps of Engineers Dock, San Francisco Bay, California

October 1970

High

Low High

Low High

Date Day Time/Height Time/Height Time/Height Time/Height Time/Height

Oct 1 Thu 00:45 / 4.89 ft 06:28 / 1.62 ft 12:42 / 5.55 ft 19:05 / 0.54 ft

Oct 2 Fri 01:29 / 4.68 ft 06:55 / 2.01 ft 13:07 / 5.63 ft 19:41 / 0.31 ft

Oct 3 Sat 02:17 / 4.46 ft 07:24 / 2.40 ft 13:35 / 5.66 ft 20:20 / 0.15 ft

Oct 4 Sun 03:11 / 4.23 ft 07:55 / 2.79 ft 14:08 / 5.64 ft 21:06 / 0.08 ft

Oct 5 Mon 04:16 / 4.03 ft 08:32 / 3.15 ft 14:49 / 5.58 ft 22:01 / 0.08 ft

Oct 6 Tue 05:36 / 3.94 ft 09:24 / 3.46 ft 15:41 / 5.48 ft 23:06 / 0.10 ft

Oct 7 Wed 07:02 / 4.03 ft 10:45 / 3.64 ft 16:48 / 5.39 ft

Oct 8 Thu 00:17 / 0.07 ft 08:08 / 4.26 ft 12:26 / 3.54 ft 18:04 / 5.35 ft

Oct 9 Fri 01:25 / -0.01 ft 08:55 / 4.57 ft 13:48 / 3.11 ft 19:23 / 5.40 ft

Oct 10 Sat 02:24 / -0.07 ft 09:32 / 4.92 ft 14:51 / 2.46 ft 20:36 / 5.50 ft

Oct 11 Sun 03:16 / -0.03 ft 10:06 / 5.30 ft 15:46 / 1.69 ft 21:42 / 5.58 ft

Oct 12 Mon 04:01 / 0.15 ft 10:39 / 5.69 ft 16:36 / 0.89 ft 22:44 / 5.59 ft

Oct 13 Tue 04:44 / 0.48 ft 11:12 / 6.03 ft 17:24 / 0.17 ft 23:44 / 5.51 ft

Oct 14 Wed 05:25 / 0.92 ft 11:44 / 6.30 ft 18:10 / -0.40 ft

Oct 15 Thu 00:41 / 5.34 ft 06:06 / 1.43 ft 12:18 / 6.44 ft 18:56 / -0.77 ft

Oct 16 Fri 01:39 / 5.12 ft 06:48 / 1.97 ft 12:53 / 6.43 ft 19:43 / -0.89 ft

Oct 17 Sat 02:39 / 4.86 ft 07:32 / 2.48 ft 13:31 / 6.27 ft 20:32 / -0.80 ft

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TimePDT,TemperatureC,Dew PointC,Humidity,Sea Level PressurehPa,VisibilityKm,Wind Direction,Wind SpeedKm/h,Gust SpeedKm/h,PrecipitationCm,Events,Conditions,FullMetar

2:00 AM,16.1,1.1,36,1010.5,24.1,North,19.6,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 110900Z 35017KT 15SM CLR 16/01 A//// RMK SLP105 T01610011

5:00 AM,16.1,2.2,39,1009.8,24.1,North,24.2,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 111200Z 36021KT 15SM CLR 16/02 A//// RMK SLP098 T01610022

8:00 AM,15.6,1.7,39,1011.9,24.1,NW,11.5,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 111500Z 31010KT 15SM CLR 16/02 A//// RMK SLP119 T01560017

11:00 AM,19.4,1.7,31,1012.2,48.3,NNE,21.9,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 111800Z 03019KT 30SM CLR 19/02 A//// RMK SLP122 T01940017

2:00 PM,22.2,3.9,30,1011.9,32.2,North,9.2,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 112100Z 01008KT 20SM CLR 22/04 A//// RMK SLP119 T02220039

5:00 PM,23.3,1.1,23,1010.8,48.3,NE,10.4,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 120000Z 04009KT 30SM CLR 23/01 A//// RMK SLP108 T02330011

8:00 PM,18.3,-2.2,25,1010.8,24.1,WNW,9.2,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 120300Z 29008KT 15SM CLR 18/M02 A//// RMK SLP108 T01831022

11:00 PM,13.9,4.4,53,1011.2,24.1,WNW,8.1,-,N/A,,Clear,METAR KSFO 120600Z 29007KT 15SM CLR 14/04 A//// RMK SLP112 T01390044

Temperature:

Mean Temperature 18 °C 16 °C

Max Temperature 22 °C 21 °C 30 °C (1978)

Min Temperature 13 °C 11 °C 7 °C (1955)

Degree Days:

Heating Degree Days 0 3

Month to date heating degree days 33

Since 1 July heating degree days 228

Cooling Degree Days 2 1

Month to date cooling degree days 11

Year to date cooling degree days 133

Growing Degree Days 16 (Base 50)

Moisture:

Dew Point 2 °C

Average Humidity 35

Maximum Humidity 53

Minimum Humidity 23

Precipitation:

Precipitation 0.00 cm 0.05 cm 6.05 cm (1962)

Month to date precipitation 0.20

Year to date precipitation 13.89

Since 1 July precipitation 0.50

Sea Level Pressure:

Sea Level Pressure 1011 hPa

Wind:

Wind Speed 24 km/h (NNW)

Max Wind Speed 39 km/h

Max Gust Speed -

Visibility 25 kilometers

Events

T = Trace of Precipitation, MM = Missing Value Source: NWS Daily Summary

http://www.ktvu.com/almanac/index.html

Edited by John Dolva

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presidio1968topo:

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...st&p=192269

Edited by John Dolva

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wiki :

"Presidio Heights Attack

On 11 October 1969, a man entered the cab driven by Paul Stine at the intersection of Mason and Geary Streets in San Francisco requesting to be taken to Washington and Maple Streets in Presidio Heights. For reasons unknown, Stine drove one block past Maple to Cherry Street; this passenger then shot Stine once in the head with a 9 mm, took Stine's wallet, car keys, and tore away a section of Stine's bloodstained shirt tail. He was observed by three teenagers across the street at 21:55, who called the police while the crime was in progress. They observed the man wiping the cab down before walking away towards the Presidio*, one block to the north."

presidio then was a military installation.

See topographic map linked to above.

Cherry led to trails crossing ''Presidio''

tide: time 21:42 : 5.58 ft (high)

precipitation: 0

visibility: clear, no moon

Edited by John Dolva

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The VA-146 Blue Diamonds

Naval Air Station Lemoore

Fresno, CA

Naval Air Station Miramar

San Diego, CA

http://a4skyhawk.org/3e/va146/va146.htm

Logo:

http://a4skyhawk.org/3e/va146/va146a-1.jpg

edit add:

Commanding Officers

* Date Assumed Command - - - - - - - Commanding Officer

*1956 - - - - - - - - - - CDR E. V. Davidson

* 1957 - - - - - - - - - - CDR J. R. Kincaid

* 1958 - - - - - - - - - - LCDR W. W. Alldredge

* 1959 - - - - - - - - - - CDR G. S. Hodgson

* 1960 - - - - - - - - - - LCDR J. R. Faulk

* 1961 - - - - - - - - - - CDR R. G. Hanecak

* 1963 - - - - - - - - - - CDR J. D. Ingram

* 1963 - - - - - - - - - - CDR E. V. Crangle

* 1964 - - - - - - - - - - CDR W. H. Harris

* 1965 - - - - - - - - - - CDR H. B. Loheed

* 1966 - - - - - - - - - - CDR A. A. Schaufelberger

* 1967 - - - - - - - - - - CDR R. F. Dunn

* 1967 - - - - - - - - - - CDR P. E. Johnson

* 1968 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Ford J. E. Schultz

* 1969 - - - - - - - - - - CDR Jesse R. Emerson III

Edited by John Dolva

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So, considering the military similarities, navy. Water proximity, the VA-146 logo and the air bases being in california.

Could it be that the Zodiac Killer was ex navy from one of these squadrons?

Images:

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.ph...st&p=192459

Edited by John Dolva

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wiki :

"Presidio Heights Attack

On 11 October 1969, a man entered the cab driven by Paul Stine at the intersection of Mason and Geary Streets in San Francisco requesting to be taken to Washington and Maple Streets in Presidio Heights. For reasons unknown, Stine drove one block past Maple to Cherry Street; this passenger then shot Stine once in the head with a 9 mm, took Stine's wallet, car keys, and tore away a section of Stine's bloodstained shirt tail. He was observed by three teenagers across the street at 21:55, who called the police while the crime was in progress. They observed the man wiping the cab down before walking away towards the Presidio*, one block to the north."

presidio then was a military installation.

See topographic map linked to above.

Cherry led to trails crossing ''Presidio''

tide: time 21:42 : 5.58 ft (high)

precipitation: 0

visibility: clear, no moon

The following image was posted on

http://www.zodiackiller.com/Newscenter.html#ph1968

Jan. 31, 2011At the end of January 1974, almost exactly 37 years ago, the Zodiac mailed a letter in which he seemed to claim 37 victims. It was the first Zodiac letter in nearly three years and its arrival sparked a renewed attempt by San Francisco police to catch him. To mark the occasion, I have updated the Zodiac Magazine Rack with a story about the investigation from the April 1974 issue of San Francisco Magazine.

> Click the image below for an amazing late-1960s aerial view of the neighborhood in San Francisco where the Zodiac killed cab driver Paul Stine:

ph1968small.gif

To the right is the naval installation I hypothesise that the ZK traversed to get to the beach.

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