@Vicious-Retard In 2007, a man named Dennis Kaufman claimed that his stepfather Jack Tarrance was the Zodiac. Kaufman turned several items over to the FBI including a hood similar to the one worn by the Zodiac. According to news sources, DNA analysis conducted by the FBI on the items was deemed inconclusive in 2010. Gary Stewart published a book, The Most Dangerous Animal of All, in which he claimed his search for his biological father, Earl Van Best, Jr., led him to conclude the man was The Zodiac Killer. In 2020, the book was adapted for FX Network as a documentary series.
i think i am no longer sad now. i realize now why God allowed this tragedy and it makes sense. Kobe was a hero to so many, but only mainly to kids in the basketball/sports sense. alot of people would not have noticed his charity work or being a father or being a mentor. i think those things got overlooked. sad it had to take death to open our eyes to the fact God had given us a superhero to walk amongst us , to strive to be like, and we didnt even know it or realize it. i think thats why what happened, happened. we are now open to seeing just how great MAN he was and was becoming, more than just a sports star. i just read this story i am now forever changed. i now understand e had an angel here on earth hiding his wings from us. thank you, Kobe! you will be my new inspiration and my new hero. in how you lived and how you helped others to live even better. take those wings and FLY!