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State vs. Hauptmann Vol. I: The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping and Murder Trial Transcripts Thomas W. Trenchard
(24 B&W 8x10 photographs) Letter from Julia Farr to Lloyd Fisher; New Jersey State Police Museum and Learning Center Archives, April 11, 1935Key Trial Participants (click on image below for enlarged view)Wanted Poster For instance, one item of evidence at his trial was a scrawled phone number on a board in his closet, which was the number of the man who delivered the ransom, Dr
Edgar Hoover of the FBI to question the manner in which the investigation and the trial were conducted1, January 1934, page 55 ^ Horn, William FHauptmann attic, Bronx - space from which ladder rail #16 was shown to have been removed 13His trial was dubbed the "Trial of the Century," while Hauptmann was named "The Most Hated Man in the World"CplNoHistoric Trial TranscriptsAHauptmann narrates his story just moments before his execution, with the prison guards doubling as other characters in flashback
^ a b Fisher, Jim (September 1, 1994)Released after three years in prison, he was arrested three months later on suspicion of additional burglaries. (When Hauptmann later married, his wife, Anna (nee Schoffler), had his criminal record expunged, showing no previous charges having ever been filed against him.)^ Runyon, Damon "Bruno Dies in Chair"References86-2426 ^ Fisher, JimBritish journalist Ludovic Kennedy in particular questioned much of the evidence, such as the origin of the ladder and the testimony of many of the witnesses 48a4f088c3