Never-before-published interview with Major Hugo Stockburger in “The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping”


MECHANICSBURG, Pa. —  Sunbury Press has released William A. Cook’s definitive work  The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping , including new information about this tragedy.

About the book:

tlbk_fcWhen Charles A. Lindbergh landed outside of Paris on May 21, 1927, completing the first successful solo trans-Atlantic fight, he immediately became the most famous person in the world.  But his celebrity would lead to tragedy.  In the dark of the night on March 1, 1932 without warning, the unthinkable happened. Twenty month old Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr., the first born son of the famed aviator and his wife, author Anne Morrow Lindbergh, was taken from his crib in the family home near Hopewell, New Jersey.  On May 12, 1932 the baby boy was found lying in a shallow grave in the woods five miles from home, hideously murdered.  The global outrage that resulted was overwhelming.

Following a two year investigation, on September 19…

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