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benno stein
Mon Sep 25, 2017 14:38

Did Mr. Stein have an opinion about why Wahgoosh didn't bark on the night of the kidnapping?

  • Benno Stein, German Shepherd ExpertSue, Sun Sep 24 14:11
    Benno Stein, German Shepherd dog expert, had a training school for dogs down in Georgia. Benno Stein was contacted and asked to fly up to New Jersey with one of his dogs (Midnight Sun?) to aid in the ... more
    • benno stein — bob mills for sue and forum, Mon Sep 25 14:38
      • Critical Time Period: Day 1Sue for Bob, Mon Sep 25 20:08
        I don't have that complete 1933 Dog Fancier article. I don't think Stein said anything more about the Lindbergh case than the passage I posted. I suppose Dog Fancier would have been a good magazine... more
        • timing is everything bob mills for sue, Wed Sep 27 10:29
          Yes, Sue. With the benefit of hindsight, a bloodhound would have helped. I think there's a two-fold explanation for why a dog wasn't used. Kidnappings were a routine occurrence in 1932, about as rare ... more
          • Re: timing is everything Sue for Bob, Fri Sep 29 01:12
            Anne might have been given false hope from Lindbergh and the police that the baby would be returned alive. Maybe family members were coached to have her believe the best. What else were they going to ... more
            • timing is everything bob mills for sue and forum, Fri Sep 29 11:49
              Anne wasn't alone in assuming the Eaglet would be unharmed. In can't be overemphasized that with three reported kidnappings a day back then (plus the unreported), it was routine to pay ransom and get ... more
              • The High School Teacher, 1932Sue for Bob, Sat Sep 30 15:19
                H.M.C. is the author of an editorial that appeared in a 1932 publication called The High School Teacher. H.M.C. also did not feel it was right that the Lindbergh story crowded out the attention that... more
              • Other Kids Were AbductedSue for Bob, Sat Sep 30 11:09
                Well, Bob, you are right. This anonymous letter that sits in the Hoboken Historical Museum shows the frustration other people felt that so much attention was being paid to the Lindbergh's child and... more
                • the only kidnapping (that night)bob mills for sue, Sun Oct 1 04:19
                  Great find, Sue. I'm amazed at how you come up with this stuff. This shows not only that kidnapping was commonplace in 1932, but that people from "flyover country" resent East Coast/West Coast ways.... more
                • Not AnonymousSue for Bob, Sat Sep 30 11:17
                  There is a signature on the letter, but no return address.
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