2 Theories About The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping. Taking someone away illegally by force, typically to obtain a ransom. The Lindberghs were a sweet family and everyone loved them, especially after they had their first son, or that 's what everyone thought. The Lindbergh’s son was killed after being kidnapped from their house in New Jersey. The mystery behind the Lindbergh baby kidnapping can be summed up in the theories: it was done by Bruno Hauptmann or Charles Lindbergh helped the kidnapper.
The mystery behind the Lindbergh kidnapping could be summarized in 2 theories: he did it, or he’s innocent. To begin with, on March 1, 1932, the Lindbergh family noticed that their son, Charles jr, had disappeared from his room causing media outrage, panic, and lots of chaos. The
Mr. Lindbergh didn't want his past to follow him and the family. (The Lindbergh Kidnapping (n.d.). The first component we are going to talk about is the role the police have in the case. The night of March 1, 1932, at a later hour the nanny went to check on the baby
If Lindbergh had been an ordinary civilian this wouldn’t have been allowed. Another controversial fact about this case was that “The child’s room was on the second floor; all windows had shutters which latched from the inside except one which was wrapped.” How would the culprit have know the exact window to use? This seems very controversial and shady. Since Lindberg was a carpenter, he would of had very great tools. In the article it states that “the ladder used was a crudely-built wooden ladder with a broken rung.”As a professional carpenter, Hauptman wouldn’t have built such a poor quality
Kyla Ramsey’s parents did eventually say their daughter was missing from her bedroom the morning of December 26, 1996. They found a ransom note. After they read the ransom note Kaylie Ramsey finally called 911 and reported her daughter Kyla had been kidnapped. Third, when police arrived at the Ramsey household they searched the house and didn’t find Kyla Ramsey’s body. It wasn’t until a short time later that the father, Kyler Ramsey, found his daughter’s body in a smaller room inside of the basement.
Because of this, police suspected that the murderer may had been living in the families home months before the murder even occured. Neighbors didn’t think anything of the situation due to the fact that after the family was murdered, police discovered someone had recently eaten the food in the families house, as well as performed daily tasks around the house, such as milking the cows, and even maintaining the farm. More than 100 suspects were questioned, but the killer was never found. “...the Hinterkaifeck farm murders remain unsolved, making the savage and bloody massacre one of Germany 's oldest unsolved murders.”
This murder occurred in October 6, 1921, in Madison, New Jersey. This murderer only did harm to one victim and one only. Twelve year old Janet Lawrence was discovered in the kluxen woods by local people. The people were shocked when they discovered her wounds. “Janet Lawrence had been stabbed 25 times, and her throat had been slashed.” not only that but she was found with vine around her body.
Wright’s husband has been found dead, strangled to death in the farmhouse with a rope. Mrs. Wright instantly becomes a suspect in the murder of her husband. Sheriff Peters with a neighbor farmer Mrs. Hale come to the house to find clues, however the real detectives are Mrs. Peters and Mrs. Hale. Thanks to their mindset of a woman, they noticed womanly thing such as Mrs. Wright’s unfinished quilt, and the details like that help solve the case. The women discovers an empty birdcage and later finds the canary to the cage dead with its neck wrung, they quickly put the clues together.
The murders occurred in Cambridgeshire on 4 August 2002. The victims were two 10-year-old girls, Holly Marie Wells and Jessica Aimee Chapman. Their bodies were found near Suffolk, on 17 August 2002, by a local farm worker. Ian Kevin Huntley, a caretaker at local secondary school Soham Village College, was convicted on 17 December 2003 of the girls' murder and sentenced to two terms of life imprisonment. The lack of a nationally organised vetting scheme had allowed Huntley to move into a new area and secure a post in a school without the concerns about his past being known.
Upon completed transfer of treasure they then tried to calculate of its worth which was above 1.5 million dollars. When narrator asked William about his conclusion about the treasure he replied that the paper in which beetle was placed was found on the beach by Jupiter happened to be a treasure map of the treasure of the pirate which was hidden in the paper, and it could become only visible when it was subjected to heat, as it had when the narrator was first told by the William about the bug. According to William Captain Kidd was a 17 century pirate who hid his treasure along the coast of Atlantic, which was never discovered, William further added that there was encrypted message on the page which he broke to reveal the secret code due to his habit of solving riddles. It was hypothetically revealed by William at the end that Kidd murdered the man that helped him hide the treasure to keep its location only to him on the page which he somehow