So was that some sort of communication-closing clue that the Original Night stalker was 24-25 years old at the time those papers were found? Those school writings, in my estimation, are associated with the Custer writings, and, of course, if I'm not mistaken, they were found together. In other words, I believe that right from the beginning, or at least going back to the Visalia Ransacker, who I believe was the Original Night Stalker, the historical Custer was alluded to. In other words, in these found writings, in my opinion, SNELL and JEN A. are written. In my estimation, this is alluding to Visalia Ransacker criminal activity and with an allusional association to the historical Custer by way of (GEN) George (Arm)strong Custer and his association to Fort SNELLing. In other words, I believe that the ONS as the Visalia Ransacker, intentionally proceeded with escalated criminal activity that offered word play allusion to the historical Custer, and in this way, in my opinion, he semi-rationalized his criminal behavior, in that from his perspective of historical events, he believed society should be punished, and this might explain his writing of the word PUN(I)SHMENT in the found writings?
So, did the Visalia Ransacker write a cryptic message that was word play possibly meant as......(Sabbath-I'll get the rest)? And did the EAR use the number (SIXTH and 6th) in the school writings in such a way to allude to the seven days of the week? And were possibly these things associated to the historical Custer? And were these possible written clues in line with the EAR date of June 18, 1976 being seven days before the 100 year anniversary of Custer's death, if I'm not mistaken?
Here's something else possibly in line with that? In the school writings, the word DAY begins a sentence with seven words. But also, if I'm not mistaken, the DAY-sentence is the 30th line and also the DAY-line has 30 letters. So, is this matching up of the number 30 on a sentence that begins (day and night) some sort of alluding to a (MONTH)? He also writes the words (hours and hours) above the numbers (50-100-150). 150 hours, if I'm not mistaken, is 6 days and 6 hours and it seems that any number in this pattern 50-100-150-200-250-300...etc., when put in days and remaining hours, will result in the same number. For example 500 divided by 24 is (20 days and 20 hours), if I'm not mistaken. So, I don't know if there's anything to that?
From the school writings, the LINE:
(state) (o)f (h)atred (i)n my heart, no (o)ne
So, was the writer, who I believe was the EAR, expressing his hatred for the historical Custer while cryptically alluding to the state of Ohio because it was where the historical Custer was born, if I'm not mistaken?