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Michael 5260
Sat Mar 17, 2018 05:56

Thanks for the quick response. Many people havn't read Ana Kyle's books on the handwriting/Lindy case so am happy to see someone who did and is intelligent enough to understand the premise ad therefore speak on it as well as you do. I never could find the book you speak of although I have read bits and pieces through Amazon. I just couldn't find that book anywhere. "The Dead Poets Plus One".

You are absolutely right when you wrote this paragraph:
After you collect all the handwriting data and analyze, compare, and evaluate the data you are either going to accept or reject the hypothesis. The collected handwriting data is the litmus test that allows you to make a rational interpretation of the evidence(data). Not just an opinion, a reasoned, logical judgment

I will google the Rebecca Zahau case tomorrow as I'm too pooped at the present moment. Sounds very interesting!

  • Re: Michael 5260Michael 5260, Fri Mar 16 09:48
    Hi Tanialee. I have and have studied the book "The Dead Poets Plus One". I did not give this book short shrift. If a person takes the time to write a book regarding questioned handwriting I can take... more
    • Michael 5260 — tanialee, Sat Mar 17 05:56
      • Dead Poets bookRichard Sloan, Sun Mar 18 10:42
        Back in July of 2012 some of you were sharing posts here with Ana Kyle. Why didnt you ask her for a copy of her book at that time when you were in touch with her?
        • Richard Sloan Dead Poets Booktanialee, Mon Apr 9 21:33
          Hi Richard. I have been very sick with my first ever kidney stone and now stomach ulcers so haven't been on until now. I couldn't afford to buy Ana Kyle's book, Dead Poets back when we were in touch... more
        • Ana Kyle BooksJack, Mon Mar 19 01:15
          She gave me her address and where to buy it. She also said if you buy one on Amazon, it's a fraudulent copy and implied you should be arrested. Kind of like those labels on mattresses "do not remove... more
          • booksAna Kyle, Tue Mar 27 18:04
            Sir: I never gave Amazon permission to sell my books, if that is where you purchased it -the money went into their pocket -not mine. Last year, I saw an ad from another book store selling my first... more
            • Jack for Ana KyleJack, Wed Mar 28 02:34
              Linguistics, which you seem to self-proclaim excel at is the worst of "sciences." Worse than handwriting! If you'd like to catch the writer of the notes, look at letter frequency a true tale of who... more
            • Ana Jack, Wed Mar 28 02:14
              Wow, THE Ana Kyle watching us. I'm sure you don't take suggestions from peons like me, but I'd advise you to look at what you actually have produced which IMO of course is absolute zero. When did... more
              • WolfeAna Kyle, Wed Mar 28 21:10
                I don't know what you are reading. You have no knowledge of handwriting identification. Wolfe did not commit suicide. He died of tumors in his brain at the age of 38. . Please do not contact me again.
                • AKJack, Thu Mar 29 06:06
                  Ana Kyle is just a waste of time.
                  • For Ana KyleJack , Thu Mar 29 06:22
                    OK Ana, I'll give you one. Wolfe did fit into society in his way. But he had a mental problem as evidenced in his writing of inadaquency. I'd be surprised if anyone ever read his book completely. It... more
                • For Ana KyleJack, Thu Mar 29 06:02
                  NO, I'll contact you all that I want. \Wolfe was a weirdo that didn't fit into society. It's really a stretch to think he had anything to do with the Lindbergh kidnapping but I guess you stretch... more
                  • Jack for Ana KyleTania Bowman, Mon Apr 9 21:40
                    Jack, Jack Jack, why must you protest so much? Ann Morrow Lindbergh was a prolific writer as you well know and Lindy had his share of books he wrote, therefore why couldn't Lindy have known Wolfe?... more
          • Ana KyleSam, Sat Mar 24 14:48
            I bought my copy directly from her. It was a number of years ago, and I think I paid $40 (U.S.) What I got was not a "book" but a large white binder filled with typed pages. I read it but it made no... more
            • Ana Kyle BooksJack, Sat Mar 24 15:43
              Good idea Sam. I'll donate mine if I can find it. I'm not sure if you saw my other post on that book, but it's supposed to be a handwriting book and there's no examples of Wolfe or Richard's... more
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