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William G. Eckert, M.D.
Sat Mar 17, 2018 12:13
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Does anyone know if Dr. William G. Eckert did any forensic work on the Lindbergh case?

I can't seem to locate anything about him in the Lindbergh kidnap case books or articles.

The reference I cited in a post below is for his 1980 article from The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology, but did he contribute to any FORENSIC WORK on the Lindbergh case?

Eckert, William G. "The Lindbergh Case: A Triumph in Forensic Investigation."The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology Volume 1: Number 2: June 1980.

The above article was published in 1980, three years BEFORE the Lindbergh Case Plenary Session that took place in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1983 that reviewed the Lindbergh case evidence.

https://www.astm.org/DIGITAL_LIBRARY/JOURNALS/FORENSIC/PAGES/JFS11618J.htm

    • EckertRichard E Sloan, Sun Mar 18 10:49
      I think I might have that Amer. Journal of Forensic... SOmeone I know sent it to me (if that's the mag.) bec. it had an article about a daguerreotype purported to be the first photo ever taken of... more
      • From Post BelowSue for Richard, Sun Mar 18 15:09
        Richard, Dr. Eckert published his LKC article 3 years before the 1983 plenary session. The post below appeared a few days ago -- March 10, 2018 to be exact. Sue 1) Eckert, W.G.; Lindbergh, C., 1980:... more
      • 1983 Lindbergh Plenary Session Sue for Richard, Sun Mar 18 14:55
        The 1983 Plenary Session was huge, Richard. Please see page 454, note #6, in Jim Fisher's 1987 book called The Lindbergh Case, for a summary of that 1983 event. According to Jim Fisher's notes from... more
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