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Richard Sloan
Art Klein
Tue Mar 5, 2019 17:23
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Leave it to you, Bob, to come up with coincidences. Despite my repeated suggestions, Art Klein never subscribed to this site, the Boothie Barn, or joined the Surratt Society. Once he concluded that Bruno was the kidnapper, he shut the book on the subject and moved on. He may have done similarly in regard to the Lincoln assassination. He was also a devotee of the Titanic tragedy. (I don't think you could draw parallels there!)

  • lincoln and lindberghbob mills for richard sloan and forum, Mon Mar 4 09:39
    Richard, I'm not surprised that your friend was a devotee of both the LKC and Lincoln's murder. Think of what they have in common: A sudden tragedy involving an American icon. Both deaths derived... more
    • Art Klein — Richard Sloan, Tue Mar 5 17:23
      • two coincidences and a theorybob mills for richard sloan, Wed Mar 6 12:16
        Funny you should mention the Titanic, Richard. I've always been intrigued by the story, especially since my father was born at the exact hour that the ship sank, in the very early morning of April... more
        • R.M.S Titanic TheorySue for Bob, Sat Mar 9 12:16
          One theory is that the Titanic was intentionally sunk knowing that many very wealthy personages were on that ship. Macy's owner Isidor Straus, John Jacob Astor, and Benjamin Guggenheim (to name just... more
        • Titanic or OlympicWayne, Thu Mar 7 08:09
          Bob, If it helps, here's one of the books making the claim that the Olympic was switched for the Titanic:... more
          • possible titanic fraudbob mills for wayne, Fri Mar 8 09:23
            Thanks, Wayne. I'll try to do some critical analysis, primarily for the benefit of the gal who first called my attention to this in the "Unsolved Mysteries" class.
            • Wayne for Bob MillsWayne, Fri Mar 8 09:30
              Thanks Bob!
              • it probably was the titanic that sankbob mills for wayne, Sat Mar 9 09:09
                I read it over, Wayne. The number 401 on the Titanic's hull seems to debunk the story. I'll report back once I talk with the gal who called it to my attention a few years ago.
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