Revised edition published on October 19, 2017.How much evidence does a criminal have to provide to ensure his capture? In today's world of CSI, it could be as little as a single strand of hair. From 1963 to 1969, a killer murdered at least half a dozen people, across five California jurisdictions, and invited the world to play in his cat-and-mouse, catch-me-if-you-can game by taunting the police and newspapers with phone calls, letters, postcards, and cryptograms. He left behind: fingerprints, handwriting samples, eyewitnesses, ballistics, footprints, tire tracks, even DNA, and was never caught. Never before in the annals of American crime, has one suspect provided so much evidence and still avoided capture. This book tells the story of America's most famous unidentified killer who gave himself the name, ZODIAC.
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