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Dual Personality -- Fisch?
Fri Dec 15, 2017 18:40

Lou Wedemar actually used the term 'dual pesonality" in the first of 10 articles about the Lindbergh case that appeared in the Rochester Evening Journal on November 19, 1934.

He used that phrase "dual personality" to describe Isidor Fisch.

See the front page article "New Lindy Clues Link Fisch." The article continues on page 5, and includes the picture of the locations of the Warner-Quinlan station, Fisch's apartment, and The Temple of Divine Power.

See: "Renewed Lindbergh Inquiry Centers Around Fisch, Mystery Man"

  • Bruno and a lawyerRichard E Sloan, Thu Dec 14 14:28
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    • Dual Personality -- Fisch? — Sue for Richard, Fri Dec 15 18:40
    • Re: Bruno and a lawyersteve for rich, Fri Dec 15 09:47
      hi rich, I think its in the intorogations at police headquarters if im not mistaken. I think they asked him if he wanted one
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      Hauptmann either said that he didn't want a lawyer or he didn't say it. Do any of the books on the Lindbergh case mention H. Bennett Solomon, Esq.? I don't have Dekle and Dedman's book, but maybe... more
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