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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnieRN View Post
    Will you all please look at the signature on page 5 of this document and tell me what you think about the block letter signature. Thanks!! Can anyone do a screen shot? Wish we had the message on the door to compare the two.

    http://www.medicis.com/company/AR09.pdf

    Found this and a discussion on Coronado Patch.
    WOW!!! that is NOT a font that is a real signature.... I am speachless...

    Capital letters!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnieRN View Post
    Will you all please look at the signature on page 5 of this document and tell me what you think about the block letter signature. Thanks!! Can anyone do a screen shot? Wish we had the message on the door to compare the two.

    http://www.medicis.com/company/AR09.pdf

    Found this and a discussion on Coronado Patch.

    How interesting!! And perhaps that's the reason why the message on the door was not shown to the public (or to Rebecca's family, AFAIK). MOO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacific2011 View Post
    How interesting!! And perhaps that's the reason why the message on the door was not shown to the public (or to Rebecca's family, AFAIK). MOO.
    JS could have asked them not to... citing privacy but the real reason could be to protect himself or AS.

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    My emotional reaction to his signature..... is like a punch in the gut.... my hands are shaking...

    we could use a hand writing expert... to tell us a few thing about him..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Holmes View Post
    JS could have asked them not to... citing privacy but the real reason could be to protect himself or AS.
    Absolutely!

    But the words of the message were not considered private, as the message has been reported around the world by now. So, imo I think you're probably right that similarities between the block-lettering stye of the message and the block-lettering style of JS's most unusual signature were JS's principal motive in requesting that the message not be shown by LE. . .and the sheriff was most accommodating, of course. MOO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnieRN View Post
    Will you all please look at the signature on page 5 of this document and tell me what you think about the block letter signature. Thanks!! Can anyone do a screen shot? Wish we had the message on the door to compare the two.

    http://www.medicis.com/company/AR09.pdf

    Found this and a discussion on Coronado Patch.
    I did a screen capture earlier, SunnieRN. It's at

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...=148929&page=5

    Also posted on the photo thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanna82437 View Post
    I did a screen capture earlier, SunnieRN. It's at

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...=148929&page=5

    Also posted on the photo thread.
    I should have known you would have done that already!! Thanks!!! I wonder if this is the reason the door was painted over in such a hurry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Holmes View Post
    My emotional reaction to his signature..... is like a punch in the gut.... my hands are shaking...

    we could use a hand writing expert... to tell us a few thing about him..
    I agree. . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnieRN View Post
    I should have known you would have done that already!! Thanks!!! I wonder if this is the reason the door was painted over in such a hurry?
    Where is this source that the door was painted over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnieRN View Post
    I should have known you would have done that already!! Thanks!!! I wonder if this is the reason the door was painted over in such a hurry?
    I wouldn't be surprised. Figured I should get a capture just in case it disappeared from the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Holmes View Post
    My emotional reaction to his signature..... is like a punch in the gut.... my hands are shaking...

    we could use a hand writing expert... to tell us a few thing about him..
    You rang?
    I am an amateur graphologist. Is the sig on the last page of the pdf above?


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    Yes it is Houndstooth!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by houndstooth View Post
    You rang?
    I am an amateur graphologist. Is the sig on the last page of the pdf above?
    Oh, wow, Houndstooth! If we can only get the actual picture of the door now!
    All of my posts are simply thought-starters and are not meant to be implications in any way, shape or form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by houndstooth View Post
    You rang?
    I am an amateur graphologist. Is the sig on the last page of the pdf above?
    Great! It is on page 5 of the PDF above.

    How long will it take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnieRN View Post
    Yes it is Houndstooth!!
    I saw it on PAGE 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Holmes View Post
    My emotional reaction to his signature..... is like a punch in the gut.... my hands are shaking...

    we could use a hand writing expert... to tell us a few thing about him..
    ((((((Hugs))))))) And I hear you loud and clear!!
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    I find his signature pretty bizarre for someone in his role. My husband jokes that my signature is beyond easy to duplicate because over time of signing checks, business papers, etc, it has become just a bunch of loops. Who in the world signs like his? Bizarro.
    All of my posts are simply thought-starters and are not meant to be implications in any way, shape or form.

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    Here are my intial observations. He is overcompensating the appearance of self-confidence, that's for sure. See his I in his last name? He has the "I" which whether it is in a name or when writing in general, represents the self always. His is carefully covered with an "umbrella" on the top, and a nice cozy closed in space at the bottom stroke.


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    His oversized first letter of first and last name indicate that he is also over-compensating and his external ego does not square with his internal lack of self-confidence. This is repeated in all the letters being much smaller in size than the first letters.


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    Quote Originally Posted by houndstooth View Post
    Here are my intial observations. He is overcompensating the appearance of self-confidence, that's for sure. See his I in his last name? He has the "I" which whether it is in a name or when writing in general, represents the self always. His is carefully covered with an "umbrella" on the top, and a nice cozy closed in space at the bottom stroke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houndstooth View Post
    You rang?
    I am an amateur graphologist. Is the sig on the last page of the pdf above?
    Hound - TY for stopping by! It's so good to see you!
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    There is not a lot to attribute without seeing a larger sample about his choice of using all caps. It is known that the vast majority of men use block print in lieu of script writing.
    But, I do think his vowels are significant. The more open the vowels are, the more open, sincere and honest usually the person is. His "A"s are very crossed out. The o's on the other hand are overdone. So that could point to an illusion of being open and honest without really BEING open and honest.
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    Howdy SS! I have to go back and look at the sig again. Those are just initial indications. I will have a closer look see.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Holmes View Post
    WOW!!! that is NOT a font that is a real signature.... I am speachless...

    Capital letters!!!
    I'm reeling!
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    Another sample of handwriting from JS for your input Houndstooth!jonah_sig2.jpg

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