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Good Post
Wed May 31, 2017 04:10

Exceptionally good post - shows the torment Charles was under that few people realize when looking at the crime modernly.

I think his efforts were doomed from the start because the crime was against and about him, and not to get a particularly unsubstantial ransom.

  • History UnhingedJoe, Sat May 20 10:39
    The biggest issue that faced Lindbergh, after his son was kidnapped, was himself. Realizing what had just taken place, he immediately wanted to take full responsibility in having his son returned in... more
    • the right direction?Ronelle to Joe, Sat Jun 3 05:41
      "This case needs to get back on the right track and in the right direction." So, what exactly is the right track for you, Joe? Your very misguided psychological analysis of Charles Lindbergh's state... more
    • Good Post — Jack, Wed May 31 04:10
      • modernly?Ronelle to Jack, Sat Jun 3 05:53
        "when looking at the crime modernly" means what? Looking "modernly" would mean suspecting the mother and/or father before anyone else. Those NJ cops , modernly, should have begun trying to eliminate... more
        • modernlyJack to Ronelle, Sun Jun 4 02:24
          Looking at the crime modernly means no emotion is involved. Like you do, people just look at the pictures and try to figure out what was going on and wait for the end of the TV show when they'll know ... more
    • At the Touch of LoveSue for Joe, Sat May 20 15:15
      Plato said: "At the touch of love, everyone becomes a poet." So, MAYBE, it can also be said that: "At the touch of the Lindbergh kidnapping case, everyone becomes an expert."? The problem is everyone ... more
      • TruthKanne, Mon May 22 10:54
        What is that one truth?
        • Re: TruthSue, Mon May 22 11:46
          Crime only happened ONE way. Only one theory works.
          • TruthKanne, Mon May 22 16:20
            Which theory do you think is the true one though?
            • My DentistJack, Wed May 31 04:24
              My dentist when I was a kid was named Dr. Kanne - spelled just that way. He didn't believe in novocaine - ouch!
              • Ode to the Bubbling Saliva RemoverJack, Sun Jun 4 04:11
                I'm tempted to write a Shelley style poem about my dentist. Fortsooth - how may I depart from this unholy chair?
                • your dentistbob mills for jack, Mon Jun 5 09:56
                  Change "forsooth" to "for tooth" and you've got it, Jack.
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