I think he was in the military, probably stationed at one of the many Air Force bases in the Northern California/Sacramento area, for a portion of the EAR crimes. The descriptions of his hair have it shoulder-length under his mask in the early EAR crimes. Later, his hair is described as shorter and, sometimes, as a military-style haircut. After military service, I believe he entered a construction-type trade and worked at big construction jobs during the ONS crimes that were not near where he lived. JMO.
Post by Agent99 aka Sandia on Feb 6, 2014 5:48:24 GMT
A lot of sightings describe him as being well dressed, well groomed so that makes me lean away from certain construction jobs like roofing which is dirty, hot and miserable or being a car mechanic where your hands get pretty beat up. I don't think he would tolerate hard work. Maybe he was some sort of foreman. "Achieving while others lifting" seems like he was in charge of other people but his mobility seems to not fit with that. Son of a boss might give him this undeserved status. Criminal profile says he probably didn't get along with people and would be unpleasant to deal with so he was either the boss, son of boss, or if not he probably didn't hold down a job for long, maybe that is what contributed to his moving every 1 yr 10 mo. max. His overdeveloped calves and legs seem like it would be related to sports. Soccer? Water polo? Job: painters don't get too dirty. Military probably in the past and not the present due to his hair cut.
Might also have started as teenager who cut grass in the neighborhood. Other possibilities; besides painter, meter-reader and newspaper delivery boy/man or just a young guy who lived in the neighborhood and didn't stick out. Maybe looked younger than he was.
There have certainly been some murderers who were nurses, and also doctors, although they often committed their crimes in clinical settings, and tried to disguise them as events that occurred naturally...
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