Zodiac Killer letter, April 28th 1970

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Dragon card  (1970) 
by Zodiac killer

April 28th 1970. Sent to the San Francisco Chronicle; the greeting card was printed by "Jolly Roger Cards", and was a pun on the inability to catch him.


I hope you enjoy your selves when I have my

P.S. on

If you don't want me to have this blast you must do two things. 1 Tell everyone about the bus bomb with all the details. 2 I would like to see some nice Zodiac butons wandering about town. Every one else has these buttons like, ☮, black power, melvin eats bluber, etc. Well it would cheer me up considerably if I saw a lot of people wearing my buton. Please no nasty ones like melvin's

Thank you

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