Monday, December 16, 2019


Who doesn't love a good conspiracy theory. Wow! Today's book is very special to me because I had the honor of editing this book and publishing it under my company, Absolute Author Publishing House. The book, "I Remember: Revisiting the Lindbergh Kidnapping," is a memoir/journal of sorts written by Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. After his death, his son, Keven Husted, Jr., discovered the documents who his father left as an inheritance, and wanted them published. Lindbergh Jr. believed whole-heartedly that he is the son of Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr. and Anne Marrow Lindbergh. Back in the 1930s, "Lucky Lindy" as the famous aviator was known, baby was kidnapped. It was called the "Crime of the Century." However, after editing this book and all the details, there are many questions to be answered. Judge for yourself... It is a remarkable read.


There are many conspiracies over the years that exist regarding the kidnapping and death of the Lindbergh baby in 1932 – the 'crime of the century,' one of which that Hauptmann was tried, convicted, and executed. Some of the most damning evidence was a piece of lumber from a broken ladder and him spending several of the gold money certificates from the ransom money. Yet, my father lived an extraordinary life, married, and had children, always believing that he was the Lindbergh baby up until his death. How can this possibly be true? This book is my father’s story collected from his journals, letters, and memoirs and he is Charles A. Lindbergh Jr., who he believes is the son of Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr., and Anne Morrow Lindbergh. He passed before he could publish this book, so to honor him, I share with you his truth. That is all he ever wanted.