How Bruno Richard Hauptmann Killed Charles Lindbergh Jr.

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How did Bruno Richard Hauptmann kill Charles Lindbergh Jr.? I am going to prove to you how Bruno Richard Hauptmann indeed killed him. I am going to take you through the ransom notes that were exchanged, the trial that had took 5 weeks, and the overall investigation of the Lindbergh Trials. Bruno Richard Hauptmann indeed killed Charles Lindbergh Jr. Charles Lindbergh was a famous aviator, he was the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927, he was an international celebrity. He was born February 4, 1902, in Detroit, Michigan. His wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, was born June 22, 1906, in Englewood, NJ. Charles Lindbergh Jr. was born, June 22, 1930 in Englewood, NJ. The Lindbergh Family had lived in Hopewell, NJ. On March 1, 1932, around 9:00 PM the kidnapper climbed into the Lindbergh’s home and abducted Charles Lindbergh Jr. and left a ransom note demanding $50,000. (www.fbi.gov/) Betty Gow, the baby’s nurse, found the place and baby to be in order at around 8:30 PM. She had gone to check on the baby at 10:00 PM and found the baby gone, the crib left empty. While the kidnapper was climbing into the home he had used a wooden ladder, which broke, leaving behind the broken pieces of the ladder at the Lindbergh home. (www.fbi.gov/) …show more content…

The police had found a few different items left behind by the kidnapper on the night of March 1, 1932. The police had found the broken ladder which was made by wood that a German carpenter had used, they later found out. (www.fbi.gov/) There was a ransom note left behind demanding $50,000. There were many more ransom notes found demanding money throughout that case of the crime. The police also found muddy footprints by the window sill at the crime scene that were left by the kidnapper, who I think was Bruno Richard Hauptmann.

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