The text that follows is from the Economic Council Letter, and it seems to be in keeping with the Dr. Alan Marlis self-published book called The Lindbergh Baby Kidnap Conspiracy, Major Peace's The Hole in the Hauptmann Case, and the Vincent Godfrey Burns book called New Light on the Lindbergh Mystery: An Autobiographical Account.
--------------------------------------------------------- This "letter" tells of the mysterious death of Dwight Morrow Senior, Charles Lindbergh being considered for the Presidential nomination, "who paid the money to Hauptmann for a carpentry job," Alfalfa Bill, Morrow's friend Senator Thomas D. Schall, and much more!
The text is out of order, choppy, and incomplete, but I have confidence that a diligent researcher can find it in its completion.
I hesitate to give a date for this publication, but the heading on one page says January 1972.
"On Monday morning at 11:30 am his valet SS. Banks and his Secretary Arthur H. Springer were puzzled that he was sleeping so late. They entered his room to awaken him, and they found him with labored breathing and obviously dying.
How strange that a devoted daughter and a dear friend would not come to pay their last respects, even belatedly unless a strong reason held them out of the country.
But according to the Times, a more urgent matter, the threat of his son's life (obviously referring to Jon, his second son, born on August 16, 1932, since Charles Lindbergh, Jr., his first son, had been kidnapped and murdered on March 1 caused them to leave.
Why were the Lindberghs again threatened? Was Lindbergh being mentioned for the Presidential nomination to replace Roosevelt? And why, according to the Times account, did the Lindbergh's friends insist he have a bodyguard (he carried a pistol instead) on the trip to England?
Lindbergh was one of the most popular men in America, a sensitive man and a dedicated patriot who had learned at his father's knees about who sat behind the Government leaders and bled the people through unconstitutional means.
Americans wanted young Colonel Lindbergh to run for his father's old seat in Congress.
Armed with this knowledge and the specific information he had received from Dwight Morrow, once his dear friend and now his father-in-law could be the most dangerous man in America to the International Bankers who ran the Federal Reserve, created wars, and enslaved nations?
Lindbergh feared no man. Was the only way to stop him through his children and the heartache of his beloved wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh? And was Hauptmann the real kidnapper or was he a mere pawn in the game? Why would the man who paid the money to Hauptmann for a carpentry job and the most important man in the case suddenly disappear?
Alfalfa Bill tells how they murder patriots The Reverend Bruce Corbin, editor of the Morning Star in Enid, Oklahoma is quoted in a book by William H. Murray (Alfalfa Bill) Governor of Oklahoma 1931-1936.
When agents wish to get rid of a highly placed official say, in America, they spy on his eating habits. Then, when he tenders a banquet, or attends one, or habitually eats at a restaurant, a well drilled agent manages to get employed as a waiter, and proves his competence.
He asks to be assigned to the intended victim's table. He watches his chance and inserts into gravy, coffee, or highly seasoned food, a small quantity of an undetectable chemical. It is not a poison, it does no harm in the mouth, nor in the stomach, but when it enters the intestines congestion. plotters. and combines with the chemical elements there, instantly it begins to solidify fecal matter there and causes intense congestion. When the spasms of pain come (four to six hours later) the victim may be many miles from where he was reached by these plotters.
his study. Late in the afternoon he went up to the bathroom, reportedly to shave, and was found dead on the floor. Senator Dwight Morrow appears to have been the next victim. He was ...
He was tendered a Banquet in New York (not long after he returned from being American Ambassador to ... being American Ambassador to Mexico). He died in his home in Englewood, New Jersey at 2 o'clock the following morning, reportedly of "hemorrhages of the bowels". Calvin Coolidge Calvin Coolidge, the thirtieth President of ...
Schall was a close friend and confidant of the elder C. A. Lindbergh, also from Minnesota, serving in Congress with Lindbergh at the same time. Schall had learned from Lindbergh while they were in the House about the greed of the International Bankers, their plan for complete control of the United States, and he vowed as did the elder Lindbergh to destroy them. No doubt the Times reported the Lindbergh departure for Europe on that day because Schall was a family friend of the Lindberghs, and it would be expected that the Lindberghs would pay their respects. Schall was a close friend and confidant of the elder C. A. Lindbergh, also from Minnesota, serving in Congress with ... But according to the Times, a more urgent matter, the threat on his son's life (obviously referring to Jon, his second son, born ...reported the Lindbergh departure for Europe on that day because Schall was a family friend of the Lindberghs, and it would be expected that the Lindberghs would pay their respects.
When Charles A. Lindbergh made his trans-Atlantic flight, Coolidge, who greatly admired the young Lindbergh, asked them ... His daughter, Mrs. Lindbergh, cabled from China "that it was unnecessary for them to hasten their return to America" How strange that a devoted daughter and a dear friend would not come to pay their last respects, even belatedly
"Ex-president Calvin Coolidge went out to lunch with his secretary. Late in the afternoon he went up to the bathroom, reportedly to shave, and was found dead on the floor.
You've got to admit though, Anonymous, that cal was certainly in the big picture as a candidate when the time was right. I think he just didn't want the job so wasn't accepting any advice. It's said... more