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Joe for Richard
Re: epilepsy
Fri Jun 8, 2018 12:24

The child may not have been a perfect specimen, but can you imagine the publicity-shy and reclusive Lindbergh actually engineering a fake kidnapping, realizing that by doing so, he would essentially be inviting the entire world to his doorstep and generating a firestorm of public sympathy and reprehension? And this after he had finally managed to successfully work his way out of the limelight following his 1927 flight? It wouldn't happen, period.

  • epilepsyRichard E Sloan, Fri Jun 8 10:35
    anything is possible! I have to admit that I always thought that his face appeared odd in ALL of his pictures. It seemed pushed in and wide. Maybe he had a heart problem, not epilepsy, which I know... more
    • Re: epilepsy — Joe for Richard, Fri Jun 8 12:24
      • LindyRichard E Sloan, Fri Jun 8 14:53
        As I said, I'm not "aholdin' " to the theory that Lindy had anything to do with his son's murder. I'm meely making an observation and a conjecture about the baby's health.
        • childAnonymous, Mon Jun 11 18:02
          The "boxy" shape of the baby's head was more due to his (diagnosed) rickets. The condition, especially when treated, does not interfere with longevity
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