The message, now believed to have been sent by the killer to the San Francisco Chronicle in November 1969, has now been decoded. Of the five murders in 1968 and 1969, the killer is thought to have committed at least 37 murders. Investigators are now hoping to gather some information about the killer through the message received.
“I hope you feel very funny about catching me. I’m not afraid of the gas chamber because it will send me to paradise soon because there are enough slaves to work for me now.” That is what the message says.
David Orange, a 46-year-old American web designer, learned to translate codes after years of hard work. The study was started in 2006. It took him many computer programs and years of work to understand the complex code.