Joe for Michael 5260
Re: Seeing
Sun Jun 9, 2019 09:05
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All duly noted Michael. I've always found it interesting how Hauptmann really turned on those crossed "t's", not missing one in his mercy letters to Governor Hoffman, right on the heels of all those uncrossed "t's" within his acknowledged writings, and even his mini-autobiography to lawyer Fawcett. Okay, let's get to the bullseye, shall we?

  • Re: SeeingMichael 5260 for Joe, Fri Jun 7 15:43
    Joe, keep Hauptmann's "p"/"b" handwriting conflict in mind. It's an identifying characteristic that will come into play later on. Here is another handwriting feature that is significant. Hauptmann... more
    • Re: Seeing — Joe for Michael 5260, Sun Jun 9 09:05
      • Re: SeeingMichael 5260 for Joe, Sun Jun 9 17:33
        Hauptmann certainly did crank out the t-bars after his trial. You can see him double-crossing his t's using the American method and the German method at the same time! It proves he was paying... more
        • Re: SeeingJoe for Michael 5260, Sun Jun 9 21:26
          From his California trip memo book entry for July 13, 1931, that is an excellent find, Michael. I've seen that strange looking word before and although I wasn't sure, I thought perhaps he was writing ... more
          • Re: SeeingMichael 5260 for Joe, Mon Jun 10 11:39
            The first thing we have to determine about the "pox soap" entry is whether Hauptmann was writing in German, English, or a combination of both. We can see the second word is obviously "s-o-a-p" so... more
            • Re: SeeingMichael For Joe, Tue Jun 11 09:45
              You're right Joe. The word is "Pott Soap." That's a double "t" not an "x." Just look for yourself and ask why an "Expert" can't see what you are seeing. Also notice "Camp Milk" which is also in line... more
              • Re: SeeingJoe for Michael, Tue Jun 11 11:10
                Michael, I originally thought it was "Pott Soap" but I now lean much more to Hauptmann having intended to write "Box" here, simply having screwed up, as he has demonstrated on countless occasions in... more
                • Re: SeeingMichael For Joe, Tue Jun 11 11:42
                  First of all I am convinced that "Pott Soap" was written by Hauptmann. It's what they obviously used to wash out their pots and pans. I highlighted this by my point about the "Camp Milk." It's this... more
                  • Re: SeeingJoe for Michael, Tue Jun 11 12:14
                    I have no idea how you've managing to draw some kind of comparison with brief expense notations made in a memo book, written by two different people, ie. "Camp Milk" and "Po-- Soap." And of course... more
                    • Re: SeeingMichael For Joe, Tue Jun 11 13:38
                      Okay great. In an attempt to neutralize what I've written you have me doing two things: Speculating and having an Ulterior Motive. Let's see how this shakes out. YOU WROTE: I believe what's happened... more
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