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Zodiac locations

Postby bramford » Fri Apr 16, 2010 8:42 am

Did a search on Google Maps and came up with this.

At 1930 Sereno Drive in Vallejo, California, a 17-year-old Vallejo High School senior David Faraday got ready to go out with 16-year-old Betty Lou Jensen.

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They parked at this secluded spot located on Lake Herman Road on the eastern side Vallejo, California.

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Hogan High School, where Darlene Ferrin and Betty Lou Jensen went to school.

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864 Beechwood, the home of Mike Mageau, where Darlene picked him up on the 4th of July.

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Just before midnight they drove into the Blue Rock Springs Park in Vallejo, four miles from the Lake Herman Road murder site, and parked.

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315 Tennessee St, Caesar's restaurant, a few miles from Blue Rock Springs, where Dean Ferrin worked the night Darlene was shot.

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On 5 July 1969, at 00:40, a man phoned the Vallejo Police Department to report and claim responsibility for the Blue Rock Springs attack. He also took credit for the murders of Jensen and Faraday six-and-a-half months earlier. The police traced the call to a phone booth at a gas station at Springs Road and Tuolumne.

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At 19:40, after Lake Berryessa, the killer called the Napa County Sheriff's office from a pay telephone to report his crime. The phone was found, still off the hook, minutes later at the Napa Car Wash on Main Street in Napa. The phone booth was somewhere along the side of the building.

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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby Zsearcher » Fri Apr 16, 2010 11:17 am

Bramford, welcome to the board. That was a lot of work. Thanks for sharing.

LHR looks a lot smaller in these pics.

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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby bramford » Fri Apr 16, 2010 12:50 pm

Thanks for the welcome, Zsearcher.

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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby Pittsburgh Phil » Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:03 pm

:text-goodpost: I once in a while hop on to Google earth and do the same thing, it gives me a perspective of the crimes, that looking at crime scene sketches don't do.

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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby Kram » Sat Apr 17, 2010 10:36 am

Thanks for that, a very interesting overview.

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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby smithy » Sat Apr 17, 2010 10:41 am

Good!
Have you time to do the other four?





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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby Pittsburgh Phil » Sat Apr 17, 2010 7:32 pm

smithy wrote:Good!
Have you time to do the other four?





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Welcome aboard.

LB wouldn't have street view, but BRS and Washington and Cherry both have street view.
EDIT:
I posted links, but they didn't work.

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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby smithy » Sun Apr 18, 2010 11:32 am

Pittsburgh Phil wrote:
smithy wrote:Good!
Have you time to do the other four?
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Welcome aboard.

LB wouldn't have street view, but BRS and Washington and Cherry both have street view.
EDIT:
I posted links, but they didn't work.

I was just being cheeky Phil, not entirely serious, but well done you for having a go.
LB does seem to have street view in place.... Not sure where to look though without a further check. :roll:

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Re: Zodiac locations

Postby para_owl » Sun Apr 18, 2010 9:35 pm

That is a fun little tool I've used myself not too long ago when there was a lot of discussion about where Z could have gone after the Stine murder. It was interesting, but visiting San Francisco is on my "bucket" list. I don't think anything could totally replace being at the actual scene. It probably won't give me any great insight to the case, but I'd really like to put myself in Z's shoes for a moment.

--Will.

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