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Michael 5260
Re: Henry Paynter
Sat Sep 8, 2018 13:23
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I did read it. I'm still confused.

  • Re: Henry PaynterMichael, Sat Sep 8 11:15
    See The Dark Corners of the Lindbergh Kidnapping , Volume II, pages 501-561. All the information you seek is there. I cannot fully answer the question in a post.
    • Re: Henry Paynter — Michael 5260, Sat Sep 8 13:23
      • Re: Henry PaynterMichael, Sat Sep 8 14:17
        I know many authors pick and choose what to add or omit in order to support whatever their personal beliefs might be. I do not believe in doing that and because I put (most) everything out there it... more
        • Re: Henry PaynterMichael 5260, Sun Sep 9 10:57
          The story about Tom Cassidy writing Dr. Condon's address and telephone number in Hauptmann's closet first emanates from Murray Bleefeld. Bleefeld tells the story to Anthony Scaduto, which includes... more
          • Re: Henry PaynterMichael, Sun Sep 9 21:00
            There isn't much you can teach me about this Script. I've spent months searching for material at the NJSP Archives about this very subject which led to that chapter in my book. You have to remember... more
            • Re: Henry PaynterMichael 5260, Mon Sep 10 10:19
              Just to be sure we are both going in the same direction. It was Henry Paynter "not" Tom Cassidy that was responsible for writing Condon's telephone number in Hauptmann's closet?
              • Re: Henry Payntersteve romeo, Tue Sep 11 10:32
                I don't think either one wrote on that board
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