New book by John Cameron that includes a theory on JB

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  1. sindydee

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  3. otg

    otg Reports of my death are greatly exagerated... but

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    I saw this today too, sindydee. It was also printed in Oz:
    http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/lifes.../story-fnixw28h-1226889856639?from=public_rss

    I started to post it in the IDI thread to let them have a go at it. But I don't know if it's even worth pursuing. Here's the author's website:
    http://coldcasecameron.com/

    He also claims that this guy Edwards was the real Zodiac Killer, that he's responsible for the Atlanta child murders, the Colonial Parkway murders, the killing of Chandra Levy, and that he's the perpetrator of the 2001 anthrax attacks. Oh, and one more: besides the murder of JonBenét Ramsey, he killed Jimmy Hoffa.
     
  4. Anti-K

    Anti-K New Member

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    And, Tupac?
    ...

    AK
     
  5. sindydee

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    I know right. Quite a piece of work Edwards, isn't he. Or wasn't he. Seeing as he's dead. By execution.

    BTW please don't think i posted this as a viable theory. lol
     
  6. Montjoy

    Montjoy Inactive

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    Let me guess: he's also a narcissist.
     
  7. 2 percent

    2 percent New Member

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    He also mentions the Black Dahlia. This dude would've been 13 and sawing a woman in half....but never repeating that fantastic, headline grabbing MO!!
    Well, I guess it would tie up many cold cases with a scary little bow
     
  8. Tadpole12

    Tadpole12 Well-Known Member

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    Heyya sindydee

    Ya. I was just reading about EWE, kinda a head scratcher, if he gave dna.

    The book:
    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Edward-Wayne-Edwards-Serial-Killer/dp/1885793030"]IT'S ME, Edward Wayne Edwards, the Serial Killer You Never Heard Of: John A. Cameron: 9781885793034: Amazon.com: Books@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/6142BOR3%2BfL.@@AMEPARAM@@6142BOR3%2BfL[/ame]


    Wiki EWE:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Edwards_(serial_killer)

    http://www.truecrimediary.com/index.cfm?page=cases&id=95

    "He agreed to give a dna sample."
     
  9. midwest mama

    midwest mama New Member

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    Quick, someone call Mary Lacey! Have her call Garnett and get the DNA matching started....right?? :scared:

    On the other hand, imagine if it would turn out to be true...finally some justice for JB. :eek:hwow:
     
  10. tezi

    tezi Member of Websleuths since 2000.

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    Busy fellow, this one...LOL
     
  11. pukasonqo2

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    if he had access to a TARDIS he could also have been that elusive jack the ripper!


    lupus est homini homo, non homo, non quom qualis sit novit
     
  12. ScarlettScarpetta

    ScarlettScarpetta When the going gets tough, drink coffee

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    Nothing like adding a little more crazy to this case.. Well the answer is simple.. Lets see if the guys dna matches any one this guy says he killed.

    Why would a guy write a book like this? We all may have our opinions and I know that strange things are possible, but jimmy hoffa, dahlia and jbr?

    Come on.
     
  13. tezi

    tezi Member of Websleuths since 2000.

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    bwhaa!!!
     
  14. ScarlettScarpetta

    ScarlettScarpetta When the going gets tough, drink coffee

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    Alright.. So... As much as I hate to look at this all I did because he said something that intrigued me.

    That Edwards left false ransom notes.

    http://coldcasecameron.com/killers-timeline/1950-1959/

    There are cases on this site that is camerons site I assume where he talks about edwards leaving false notes. I gotta admit that has me peaked.
     
  15. ScarlettScarpetta

    ScarlettScarpetta When the going gets tough, drink coffee

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    Oh boy. He even has this guy linked to the WM3.
     
  16. tezi

    tezi Member of Websleuths since 2000.

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    I'm telling you, he was a busy man...LOL He was probably on the grassy knoll also...:floorlaugh::floorlaugh:

    JMO
     
  17. THE BUNK

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    Tom Voigt and I have looked into Edwards at Zodiackiller.com forums.

    Couple of thinks about Edwards.

    1. Edwards handwriting is available, so anyone is free to do the handwriting comparison.
    The handwriting does not look similar to Zodiacs or the Ramsey letter IMHO.

    2. I would much rather have Edwards do DNA testing for Zodiac than JBR case since we are talking about 5 murders to the 1. And the JBR case is a case with three viable suspects already (the Ramsey family).

    3. Edwards got caught a lot for his crimes. Made a ton of sloppy errors. In Tom Voigt's opinion he was a poor criminal. Hard to imagine him getting away so easily for this crime and Zodiac's.

    Edwards seems to be another case of "pin the crime on the convict". You have a known criminal. Loose connection to a case. Why not make money by writing a book claiming him to be the killer? Who cares if it is wrong? Patricia Cornwall made loads writing a book claiming Walter Sickert was Jack the Ripper.
     
  18. Dragonfyree

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    Just heard John Cameron on Coast To Coast.

    He believes Edwards is responsible for almost every famous murder that has ever occurred.

    These are just a list of the most famous that people on this board would know, but there are dozens of other victims he claims to have murdered.

    Black Dahlia (age 13) has been mentioned, Edwards claims he is the man in the pictures next to Elizabeth Short. They are the ones that appear to be from a photo booth.

    But even before that, he was supposed to have been the lipstick murderer (William Herins was convicted).

    Marilyn Sheppard

    Stephanie Bryant (Burton Abbot was executed for this crime).

    Schuessler / Peterson Case - Chicago 1955 - 3 boys killed

    Robison Family Murder - Michigan - 1968

    Betsy Sue Ardsma - murder in the library at Penn State - 1969

    Donna Lass - 1970

    Arlis Perry - Stanford Memorial Church - 1974

    Martha Moxley

    Timothy King & 3 other children in Detroit- 1976-77

    Helen Brach - 1977

    Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders - 1977

    Sister Margaret Pahl - 1980 - (A priest was convicted of this crime)

    Adam Walsh

    West Memphis Murders - (Paradise Lost Documentary) - 1993

    Chandra Levy - 2001

    The Anthrax Killer

    Laci Peterson

    He was in prison in the early 1960's - otherwise I'm sure he would have claimed to be the Boston Strangler. I'm surprised he isn't the Moonlight Killer in Texarkana since he was murdering in the 1940's.

    Sometimes a writer gets so involved that they can't see how ridiculous they are.
     
  19. Venom

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    So basically he committed every high profile murder since the 1950's? Alrighty then.
     
  20. 2 percent

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    bbm
    Arrrggghh...these two cases!!! They drive me crazy for different reasons but crazy is definitely what they drive me every time I think of them!

    Ardsma, to me, is textbook whodunnit. She is stabbed a single time, in the heart, in the stacks of a college library - primo book material with a confined space and a murderer getting away unidentified with the murder weapon.
    I'm not seeing resolution in that case. Which drives me batty :banghead:

    My frustration with the Bryan case is more controversial. I don't dispute that her murderer, Burton Abbott, deserved all of his appeals and that there were problems with the conviction. But to claim a circumstantial case is not good enough for the death penalty, just because of this case, angers me.
    For one simple reason...criminal cases should not be judged on whether direct or indirect evidence is better, but on the quality (and persuasive properties) of the evidence presented.

    Rant over
    I know I feel better now :rocker:
     
  21. RocknessMonster

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    I love Coast to Coast AM. Only listened in to this broadcast for 30 minutes or so, so I didn't get to hear much of the authors claims. The notion that one man was so successful executing so many high profile cases and never exist as a person of interest in ANY of these killings is absurd. I believe before I turned off the feed he had claimed he was the Zodiac killer as well.

    I just can't imagine anyone genuinely feeling that anyone other than Scott Peterson killed Laci and Conner Peterson.
     

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