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The Zodiac Killer Much is unknown about the Zodiac killer but given what is known about serial killers in general this man was probably born between 1938 and 1943 That would make his age between 25 and 30 years old at the time of his first murder in Vallejo California in 1968 Also that age estimate works with witness statements and its supported by Zodiacs references to his victims in younger terms in his letters of 1969 Zodiac wasnt an attractive character from what we know He may have had to wear glasses throughout his youth and his facial features werent all that pleasing So overall he may have been unpopular as a young boy and spent a good deal of time alone It seems as though rejection is a big issue for Zodiac No one knows anything about the Zodiacs parents but it wouldnt be ridiculous to say that there was domestic violence broken relationships with parents or guardians and maybe even a physical or sexual abuse in the household Considering the adult outcome Zodiac would have turned out to be an angry withdrawn loner whose adolescence just could have been filled with fantasies and irrationality In California December 20 1968 Zodiac attacked Betty Lou Jenson and David Faraday This was his first significant criminal act In a matter of 2 or 3 minutes the attack was finished and he drove casually away from the scene He showed no signs of remorse and seemed very calm about all of his actions After the attack of these two people-murdering the female-Zodiac would have read about his actions in local newspapers listened to it on a radio report or watched it on a local news report on the tv Seven months later he attacked Darlene Ferrin and Micheal Mageau on July 4 1969 killing the woman of course Afterward he phoned the Vallejo Police departement to brag about what he did He also
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