by **KITE** on Thu Jun 07, 2012 1:04 pm

FIRST: (T)WO (K)EYS=(TK)

SECOND: TWO KEYS CHAIN= THEO KACYNSI W

THIRD: POCKET MAGNET= GET NAME COP-TK

FOURTH: Look at where the communication was mailed from and the numbers associated with it:

On the postamark, is it?, there is EUREKA CA 955.

So, obviously CA is CALIFORNIA and 955 are the first 3 of the 5 zip code numbers, but the fourth is ZERO and the fifth depends, if I'm not mistaken, and so for the purpose of this cryptic, I'll list the first FOUR numbers of the zip code:

EUREKA CALIFORNIA 9550. Now, use the letters-for-numbers last number for these. In other words A=1 K=11 U=21, they would all be just a number 1. B=2 L=12 V=22, they would all be a number 2. So, in other words, the numbers-for-letters single number if it is a single number(1-9) or use the last number of numbers (10 thru 26). With this simple process, EUREKA CALIFORNIA 9550 becomes:

51851191296584919550. But, with this, break off to 1191296584919550 or, in other words, begin with the KAC, which makes sense when looking for the name Kaczynski. So:

K.....A.....C.....A.....L.....I.....F.....O.....R.....N.....I.....A.....9.....5.....5.....0......

1.....1.....3.....1.....2.....9.....6.....5.....8.....4.....9.....1.....9.....5.....5.....0......

KACZYNSKI= 113654919 and THEO=0855, so matching that to the numbers for EUREKACALIFORNIA9550(1131296584919550):

1.....1.....3.....1.....2.....9.....6.....5.....8.....4.....9.....1.....9.....5.....5.....0......

K.....A.....C.........................Z.....Y...(H)....N....S.....K.....I.....(E)...(O)...(T)...

Another way of looking at this is to take the Eureka, California 9550 number:

(113)129(65)8(4919)550

And those numbers separated(113654919) are a straight read match to KACZYNSKI=113654919 and then you see the last 4 unseparated numbers are 8550 with THEO=0855.