This book will explore the Dark Corners of the Lindbergh Kidnapping. Each and every topic explored throughout this publication will be one that wasn't properly examined or evaluated anytime in the past, and the facts revealed cause the historical account to become very unlikely – if not impossible - as a result. It is an unorthodox style, a book that may not transition from one chapter to the next as is typical. There may be places where I repeat certain information, and/or mention different versions which may not always match up. I not only realize this I am doing it intentionally. I want the reader to have all of the information necessary to draw a personal conclusion. Nor will this be a ‘beginning to end’ story because this isn’t a story. What this is, as the title implies, is a collection of facts that surround certain key events.
Many details within these events have been accepted as historical truths when they are not. Conversely, many mysteries have either been shrugged off or dismissed entirely because the facts to support them have proved difficult, if not impossible, to find. What I am attempting to do is reveal what happened by and through the collection of research I've accumulated over the years. What I’m sharing with you are the facts and the end result is a book that, while not ideal for the casual Lindbergh case reader, should shed new light on what we’ve come to accept as fact. I plan on at least (3) Volumes which will cover all the important parts and particulars that have been avoided, forgotten, or missed.
I am attempting to lead you, the reader, to the truth by giving you the facts you had no idea existed. Every book written about the Lindbergh kidnapping cited many untruths and misinformation, only to have future authors cite those. This solidified fiction into our history as something no one thinks (or sometimes wants) to challenge. As you will see, I have the documentation which upsets many things people believe.
I've always personally believed someone hired others to assist with this crime, and I still believe that. Furthermore, I contend at least one person in that house was involved.
Also, Lindbergh's actions extend far beyond his odd behavior that night and the control he had over the investigation. If people have been fascinated merely by his actions, imagine then how they might feel if there’s something even more sinister going on.
Consider John Hughes Curtis and his “Norfolk Angle.” Lindbergh was supposedly out to sea with him, searching for his son when the corpse was discovered in the woods. More, Lindbergh went to great lengths to say publicly that his staff was of high moral character and above suspicion, yet Curtis’s story involved a staff member in that house. How could that narrative convince Lindbergh that Curtis was in touch with the Kidnapping Gang? Events like this happen all over this case over and over again and again. Why hasn't anyone ever addressed it?
That’s just one of the questions I’m attempting to answer. I won’t offer my own conclusion here. Rather, I believe this is like a jigsaw puzzle and that when the small pieces are put together and snapped in place, you, the reader, will see the bigger and more complete picture. And then I’ll leave it to you to draw your own conclusion.