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FC: The Case of the Kidnapped Lindburgh Baby

1: In Memory of Charles Augustus Lindbergh Jr. | June 22, 1930-May 12, 1932

2: Little baby Charles Lindbergh Jr. was sick one night, but instead of being in bed rested, he was in the arms of a money-hungry kidnapper

3: It all started after Little Charlie's nanny gave him some medication to help with his cold. This was around 7:00. When the nanny came back to check on him, the crib was empty.

5: The nanny called little charlie's parents. They search for any sign of him, but found none. Then the father found something, the window was cracked open. He also found a note sitting on the window sill. Not just any note, a note of ransom. The note said this: "Dear Sir, Have 50,000$ redy 25000$ in 20$ bills 15000$ in 10$ bills and 10000$ in 5$ bills. After 2-4 days will inform you were to deliver the Mony. We warn you for making anyding public or for notify the Polise the child is in gut care. Indication for all letters are singnature and 3 holds." Charles, little charlie's father, was devastated. At 10:30 he sent out a radio bulletin to search for his son.

6: For a long time baby Charlie's whereabouts were still unknown. New Jersey police member, Colonel H. Norman Schwarzkopf, was on the case, but many accidents happened during the investigation. The accidents included tampered footprints, mishandled evidence and many more incidents. Then something happened, there was an old retired teacher, named John F. Condon that said that he came into contact with baby Charlie's kidnappers. He was willing to help an anyway he could, and did so by been an intermediary between Papa Lindbergh and the kidnappers. Condon came one day with a note that stated where to meet a man that called "Graveyard John". Condon met with Graveyard John, ransom money in hand, but Graveyard John only gave him another note. This one, however, had the location of baby Charlie, on a bout called Nelly between Horseneck beach and Gay Head near Elizabeth Island. When they got there, there was no bout or baby Charlie.

8: Baby Charlie was later found, decomposing in the woods near the Lindberg's house, only 72 days after his kidnapping. The family was devastated.

10: djfndnffffffffffffffffffff | Baby Charlie could not be recognized, and the only way to identify the body was through his teeth records The only lucky break the police had was having recorded the serial number of the money they gave to Graveyard John. Slowly, the money start to surface, and it lead them to a man known as Bruno Richard Hauptmann. Two years after the police found baby Charlie's body When the police arrested him, he claimed that he was holding the money for a friend, the long deceased Isidore Fisch. He was put to trial, and on the earl days of February of 1935, the court put him to death for a 1st degree murder.

12: He was put to death by Electric Chair

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