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Charles involvement
Fri Jun 1, 2018 11:24

Watched the Lindbergh episode. It brought something to mind that I'd forgotten. Anne heard tires crunching on gravel driveway before Charles got home. (Keep in mind what a prankster Charles was). Could that have been Charles sneaking in to get Charlie? He placed the ladder and ransom letter, took Charlie down ladder. Charlie was injured or killed when ladder broke. Charles panicked and drove away with Charlie, placed the body in the woods. He went back home as though nothing had happened. When Charlie wasn't found soon, Charles had to let things play out as though Charlie had been kidnapped. From there everything was hinged on the ransom and who would collect it. Condon got involved (why would Charles have allowed that, unless he needed help and a distraction to make it look like a real kidnapping). Lindbergh had already lost his son, he couldn't lose his wife (pregnant with his 2nd child) or his fame over a stupid prank.

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