A Talent to Deceive. Who REALLY Killed the Lindberg Baby? by William Norris

By William Norris

The abduction and homicide of Charles Lindbergh's toddler son, and the following trial and execution of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, were a resource of fascination for greater than 70 years. Now, for the 1st time, William Norris delves into assets of knowledge overlooked by means of past investigators and springs up with the identification of the genuine perpetrator.

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Their names were William Allen and Orville Wilson. As they reached the brow of a hill at a particularly isolated spot they could see the white walls of the Hopewell house quite clearly. Feeling the need to relieve himself Allen, the passenger, asked Wilson to stop the car. He wandered off into the damp undergrowth for about 20 yards. "I went under a branch and looked down," 55 A Talent to Deceive he said later, "and I saw a skull sticking up out of the dirt, which seemed to have been kicked up around it.

Already a photographer had broken into the mortuary and taken a picture of the body, copies of which were being sold for five dollars each (and one of which was later found in the possession of Jafsie). Schwartzkopf, as ever, raised no objection. The child was duly cremated, and its ashes scattered by Lindbergh from the air some time later. The last forensic evidence had, quite literally, gone up in smoke. 's body was universal. From across the globe, more than a hundred thousand letters and telegrams of condolence flooded into the Hopewell house.

The baby, however, was alive and well, and being held on a boat called the Mary B. Moss, off the coast of New Jersey. Perhaps the Nelly had undergone a change of name? In any case, it hardly mattered, because he was being transferred again, this time to an eighty foot twomasted schooner near Block Island. Anne Lindbergh believed none of this. Neither did Schwartzkopf or Breckinridge. But Lindbergh was in a mood to clutch at any straw, and once again Schwartzkopf agreed to hold back any surveillance while he started on the new quest.

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