Joe
Re: Table
Wed Jul 18, 2018 12:18
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Certainly there's room for misunderstanding and confusion among the news agencies and what got reported in 1948, but the gist of what did come out sounds very little like this table brace had any relevance whatsoever in 1932, or at a time that aligned with Hauptmann's arrest. I think the real temptation here for anyone noting the hole spacing in the table brace is to jump to the conclusion it must have been used as a template to punch the ransom note holes, and then to assume added significance for anything else associated with it. Robert Zorn does this very well. And I'd be really interested if anyone could actually explain the physical process involved in using this table brace as a template for punching the ransom note holes. That question's gone unanswered for a lot of years since the "discovery."

  • Re: TableMichael, Wed Jul 18 10:27
    Here is what the NJSP Archivist wrote about the table in 2006: There is apparently a lot of misinformation about the table flying around the 'Net and I wanted to try to set the basic facts as they... more
    • Re: Table — Joe, Wed Jul 18 12:18
      • Re: TableMichael For Joe, Wed Jul 18 12:32
        I think that without being able to prove the date we'll never truly know. Here's what I do know: I actually went to the Archives to see it. Most people who claim something about it never have. Next,... more
        • Re: TableJoe for Michael, Thu Jul 19 11:19
          Michael, I understand that the holes between the table brace and the ransom notes "line up" and if this alone convinces you the table brace was the original template for the ransom note holes, then... more
          • Re: TableMichael For Joe, Thu Jul 19 11:44
            No Joe, that "alone" isn't what convinces me. In fact, as I've stated above, I am not 100% convinced. The holes lining up is very powerful when seeing it for oneself. The other aspect is that Police... more
    • Re: TableMichael 5260, Wed Jul 18 11:27
      Perth Amboy Evening News- November 22, 1948 "Albert Weismann, furniture dealer in Watchung, told police today he sold the table new, back in 1940- eight years after the Lindbergh crime". "There was... more
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