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Looking at the LKC from a Sherlockian Perspective
Sat Aug 26, 2017 10:32


The Baker Street Journal, Volumes 31-32.

Page 58:

"In the pleasant atmosphere of Pfenninger's Hilltop Inn, in historic Flemington, thirty League members gathered for an excellent meal and to hear a fine presentation by Judge Salvatore Vuocoulo. His topic was "Looking at the Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping Case from a Sherlockian Perspective." It was a knowledgeable history of the events, trial, and evidence in "the crime of the twentieth century" seen from the deductive point of view of the Master."

  • Romaine Johnson Sue, Fri Aug 18 20:24
    Why isn't Romaine Johnson discussed in relation to Hauptmann and Arthur Jones? So much has been written about Arthur Jones, a black man who escaped the electric chair. Romaine Johnson, another black... more
    • Looking at the LKC from a Sherlockian Perspective — Sue, Sat Aug 26 10:32
    • Hauptmann Has One ChanceSue, Thu Aug 24 18:38
      "Hauptmann Has One Chance: Trial by Unemotional Judges Instead of Easily Influenced Jury May Be Lindbergh Suspect's Sole Opportunity for Freedom" by Thomas S. Rice, LL.B. October 7, 1932 Brooklyn... more
      • was the brooklyn eagle prescient?bob mills for sue and forum, Fri Aug 25 10:49
        This is confusing, Sue. Hauptmann wasn't arrested until 1934. How could the Brooklyn Eagle have done a story on him in 1932?
        • Re: was the brooklyn eagle prescient?Sue for Bob, Fri Aug 25 12:38
          My error. The date of that newspaper is October 7, 1934.
          • brooklyn eaglebob mills for sue, Sat Aug 26 18:37
            Thanks, Sue. I thought for a moment that we'd discovered the Holy Grail.
            • Re: brooklyn eagleSue for Bob, Sun Aug 27 05:18
              Sorry to disappoint you.
              • brooklyn eaglebob mills for sue, Mon Aug 28 10:48
                Not disappointed at all, Sue. I wasn't sure where the error lay, so I raised the issue to find out.
      • October 7, 1934!Sue, Thu Aug 24 18:43
        "Hauptmann Has One Chance" by Thomas S. Rice, LL.B. Brooklyn Daily Eagle October 7, 1934
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