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Elisabeth's Illness Induced by Shock of Kidnapping?
Sun Dec 10, 2017 16:45
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The Lindberghs went to England in 1933 to pick up Elisabeth Morrow, and take her to California to regain her health. The Journal News, from Rockland County, New York, reported that the Daily Mail said her ill health was brought on by the trauma of her nephew's death.

This is in keeping with Noel Behn's theory.

According to Behn, the baby's death brought on Elisabeth's health crisis.
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Lindbergh Visiting Sister

Daily Mail, October 6 (UP) -- The Daily Mail reported today that Col. and Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh came to Great Britain in order to take Mrs. Lindbergh's sister Elisabeth-- Mrs. Aubrey Neil Morgan --to California to convalesce from an illness induced by the shock of the kidnaping of the Lindbergh baby.

Journal News, October 6, 1933

https://news.hrvh.org/veridian/cgi-bin/senylrc?a=d&d=ieadbehj19331006&dliv=userclipping&cliparea=1.1%2C3463%2C4714%2C503%2C357&factor=2&e=-------en-20--81--txt-txIN-lindberghs------

    • elisabeth morrow morganbob mills for sue and forum, Mon Dec 11 12:49
      My understanding has always been that Elisabeth had a heart condition, which might have been exacerbated by the Eaglet's death but would have shortened her life in any event. Of course, if Elisabeth... more
      • Maybe Harry Green Mentioned Elisabeth?Sue for Bob, Tue Dec 12 10:40
        Of course, if someone ever turns up the 1978 episode of "Front Page Challenge" -- a Canadian show comparable to America's "What's My Line" -- maybe we can say for a certainty what Harry Green thought ... more
      • FischSue for Bob, Mon Dec 11 18:42
        Yeah, the evidence is not strong for Elisabeth being the culprit. Back to Isidor Fisch. Could it be that the Biritellas were getting their information through Fisch? Everything about the case that... more
        • TV and the LKCbob mills for sue and steve, Wed Dec 13 13:41
          Yes, "Bewitched" and "I Dream of Jeannie" might help in understanding the Lindberghs, Morrows, and the occult. But I doubt "All in the Family" would.
          • Re: TV and the LKCSue for Bob, Thu Dec 14 20:17
            The Waltons was a great period show...yeah, life in the Depression WAS like that! I think a few of the episodes mentioned Lindbergh, but never the kidnapping.
        • Re: FischSue for Steve, Tue Dec 12 10:14
          Why did Anne agree to do a seance? There seems to be a blending of metaphysics and police work in this case.
        • Re: Fischsteve for sue, Tue Dec 12 09:52
          this is absurd your reaching
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