On November 29,two identical letters were sent to the Riverside Police and the Riverside Press-Enterprise by someone claiming to be responsible for killing Bates.
It contained a misspelled message in which the killer said he was collecting slaves for the afterlife. The driver got out of the car, shined a bright light and fired into the Corvair with a 9mm handgun. A postcard with an advertisement from Forest Pines condominiums near Incline Village at Lake Tahoe pasted on the back was received at the Chronicle on March 22,and has been interpreted as the Zodiac claiming Lass's disappearance as a victim.
When it became known that the letters were a hoax, many pointed the finger at Toschi, believing he had forged the letter. While the couple sat in Ferrin's car, a second car drove into the lot and parked alongside them but almost immediately drove away.
Also included was a Phillips 66 map of the Bay area. However, it has since been re-opened. Marshals Service announced the identification at a press conference in Cleveland on June 21, If you see something that doesn't look right, contact us!
If you will go one mile east on Columbus Parkway, you will find kids in a brown car. Citation Information.