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By William Norris

The abduction and homicide of Charles Lindbergh's youngster son, and the next 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 resources of data missed via prior investigators and springs up with the identification of the real offender.

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Inside was a six inch by five scrap of paper, with five short sentences in the familiar handwriting: "The boy is on Boad Nelly. It is a small boad 28 feet long. Two persons are on the Boad. The are innosent. " Acting on Lamphier's information, the FBI had placed a Special Agent named Lackey in a room opposite Condon's house, and two other agents in a room a block away. Unfortunately, however, they were only in position after Lindbergh and Condon left the house for their rendezvous with the kidnappers.

Opinion in the Bronx was more succinct: Dr. John F. Condon was a nut. Remarkably, given the limited circulation of the Bronx Home News, the article produced immediate results. m. to find an envelope waiting for him at his home, 2974 Decator Avenue. Inside was a note and another envelope. The note said: "Dear Sir: If you are willing to act as go-between in Lindbergh case please follow stricly instruction. Handel incloced letter personaly to Mr Lindbergh. It will explan everyding. Don't tell anyone about it.

It is worth noting that the cemetery guard, a man named Riehl, who was supposed to have scared "John" off, and observed the initial encounter, gave a somewhat different account to Sergeant Zapolsky of the New York City Police. Questioned on July 19th, 1932, he said: "I observed a man sitting on top of the stone column of the gate, talking to the other fellow who was outside of the gate. The man sitting on the column seen me. I was then about seventy-five feet away from him. ' The other man did not answer at all.

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