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      No, I was the one who accused Edwards of killing JFK. Unfortunately he was in prison then but he did occasionally get out on work release. Nope, he wasn’t one of the three men arrested in the train yard behind Dealey Plaza. That man the researchers called Frenchy was much thinner, although he had a similar receeding hairline. Edwards was in prison at that time. He did get out on work release and may have committed murders while on work release. However, if he had been at Dealey Plaza during the assassination of JFK, he told me that he would have ended up dead himself.

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      Why do some of you insist on saying ugly stuff like Cameron is really the killer. You might think its funny but it isn’t. No one was questioning Cameron’s investigation skills before he took on the worst serial killer in America. Seems like he’s had some bad luck. You’d much rather have seen Bigfoot than had a Edwards aka Ralph Ulysses Brickenshaw siting. Imagine answering the door and there he is claiming to be God. When he was younger he could tear apart a phone book. I actually met Cameron last October for a few minutes at a coffee shop in Great Falls. I was out there visiting some relatives and wanted to thank him for writing the book. The book simply assured me that I wasn’t the only one who thought Edwards committed most of the high profile murders in America over many years time. It answered some questions and filled in some blanks. I’ll tell you something else. Edwards and Manson were buddies in Ohio and were also in prison together. It is not so far fetched to think that Edwards killed Hoffa. They were in prison together. Hoffa called Edwards a “homo.” Hoffa gave him a job when he got out but Edwards thought the job was beneath him so he stole a trailer full of tires to see them. His family remembers the FBI coming out to question him about Hoffa. Then there are the ugly details about how Edwards blew up bodies and also how he beheaded people and was into Satanism. While some jobs he considered beneath him, there was no ugly thing that he wouldn’t do. I ended up in the nuthouse just like the investigator in the Donna Sue Davis case. We both ended up in the nuthouse and played with paper dolls. So if people say I’m crazy, I would say yes, sure I am and you’d be too if you had the misfortune of knowing Edwards. (To sell the tires, not see them. I typed the word wrong).

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      So Edwards just happened to be in town when all these murders were committed. He was a serial killer with a thing about names and dates. He was around when someone else was killed on Halloween. He hated the name Avery if he was the Zodiac Killer and he also wrote about women named Teresa and Marie in his book “Metamorphosis of a Criminal” in which he claimed to be a reformed felon….but he never ever killed anyone he claimed. Maybe you all are getting Cameron’s book mixed up with the book Edwards wrote. Oh, at the time he was living an hour away from the Avery Salvage Yard. I can tell you from my own experience with Edwards: He didn’t want to see anyone get rich and happy. He started calling me and bothering me again after my first husband’s family leased some land and got rich. Avery was in the headlines and Edwards had a thing for the newspapers. I sure do think that is his writing in the Smelter Note. Some of the writing he did was probably assumed to be done by someone with a low IQ. He was a genius. There are all sorts of clues in his writings. If you ever want to figure him out, throw away all your fancy textbooks. The Profilers missed him. Either that or the experts were afraid of him. Seriously consider what I always recommend. Imagine if Albert Einstein had decided to become a serial killer instead of a scientist. What would you expect the outcome to be? Don’t you think he could have gotten away with it if he wanted to? My guess is Edwards only got caught because he wanted to. Study him with a creative mind. That is the only kind that can unravel his crimes. He predicted people would be talking about his crimes for 300 years.

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      The Black Dahlia Killer and The Zodiac Killer are part of the many crimes committed by Dr. George Hill Hodel. He was on the suspect list of the Black Dahlia Killer and tookacushy government job in China. His life, without beingaserial killer, is incredibly hard to believe. Just look at the house he lived in and read about all he accomplished in his life. What we know as fact looks like fiction. Just remember that he was richer, smarter, and better connected socially than Albert Einstein. It doesn’t take an Einstein to figure it out!

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