Michael For Michael 5260 (a.k.a. Script)
Re: Tremor
Thu May 30, 2019 08:59
2001:558:6027:18:8490:8237:dc3:4505

A lot of what you wrote above about causes of "tremor" is informative.

What you left out is that hesitation can be caused by someone trying to imitate but unsure of his ability to do so (this is much different than "painful anxiety"). It doesn't have to be because of "fear" but more about uncertainty. Anyone is free to try imitating something themselves. What will occur is the same possible hesitations, sometimes "herky-jerky" letter formations, and possible pen lifts in places that do not exist in one's normal handwriting. Next also consider that "Sedgwick" was erased. The story is that Paynter did such a poor job he attempted to remove it. This is probably why those who do not like Paynter's involvement usually avoid it then evade the questions which surround it.

Your position on the surface is very true. It's why its important to compare other existing writing on the exact same surface. Is it the same or different? If one bothered to even examine the molding that would also solve this potential question.

Body position too. Good point. One's height is something to consider when factoring this in. One usually writes in a place accordingly. Unless there are other variables and/or circumstances to consider. Like other writing which does not exhibit the same characteristics.

Now to my last observation...

You wrote: Did Edward Oehler think about or observe any of these things? No.

I did not realize you had the ability to communicate with the dead. The next time you speak with Oehler ask him where Jimmy Hoffa is buried.



  • TremorMichael 5260 for Joe, Wed May 29 13:28
    Joe, I thought I would begin a new post about the 3-7154 telephone number. In order to accurately interpret the telephone number there are a few things a person needs to know. There is such a thing... more
    • Re: TremorJoe for Michael and Michael 5260, Sat Jun 1 10:05
      Okay guys, why don't we all take a look at the contemporaneous high resolution photo that Michael is talking about? That way everyone can see what is being claimed. No mysteries, no second guessing.. ... more
      • Re: TremorMichael 5260 for Joe, Sat Jun 1 13:10
        I examined the trim board writing with a stereoscopic microscope under florescent light, incandescent light, and LED side lighting. The writing was photographed with a 35mm camera using slow speed... more
        • Re: TremorMichael for Script, Sat Jun 1 14:36
          What was the point of xeroxing the trim if you have all of these photographs? Concerning the photographs - what magnification was used if any? Did you find the "S" "e" and "k" in "Sedgwick" to match... more
      • Re: TremorMichael For Joe, Sat Jun 1 11:57
        He may not have one Joe. It just seemed to me that by the specifics in his posts that he's examining something. I know from research that preliminary findings can be made without them but rock solid... more
        • Re: TremorJoe for Michael, Sat Jun 1 12:29
          Do you have one Michael, and if so can you post it? I do agree with you that more information is better, until that information can further be substantiated or refuted. I may be wrong but I believe... more
          • Re: TremorMichael For Joe, Sat Jun 1 12:53
            I don't have one. After I looked at it I remember commenting to Mark that the earlier pictures were better. I think this piece more than anything else was the most handled over the years and its led... more
            • Re: TremorJoe for Two Michaels, Sat Jun 1 15:16
              Okay, here's the best one I've got. I believe it's an FBI composite photo and shows the closet that the trim came out of. I've always felt the "k" in "Sedgewick" comes about as close to the the way... more
              • Re: TremorMichael, Sat Jun 1 16:31
                That's the NJSP evidence photo. The earliest was made in NY but this is still better than what currently exists as written on the actual trim now. I remember how I could hardly see "Decatur" except... more
                • Re: TremorJoe for Michael, Sun Jun 2 10:08
                  What I find most interesting is the timing of that "k" in the closet in relation to the period involving the writing of the ransom notes. It's a trademark of the ransom notes, and perhaps in the mind ... more
                  • Re: TremorMichael For Joe, Sun Jun 2 12:36
                    I cannot say about the hesitation in "Sedgwick" other than to agree (!!!) I don't see it in either that strange "S" or the "k." I do see it in the Phone Numbers but NOT in the address. I guess we... more
    • Re: Tremor — Michael For Michael 5260 (a.k.a. Script), Thu May 30 08:59
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