Prelude: A Memory of the Future Wednesday, September 21, 1966 She is late, terrified and drunk. At nearly 10:30 PM, Linda knows she’s in trouble. Jerry’s car sits in the driveway – she can’t believe he’s home early from that stag party. Why? He was with his boss, who always stays for last call. ... Read More
Summer’s Almost Gone, Prelude
Bricca Case File: The Unusual Suspects
As I continue forward with my Bricca case opus (Author's note: just released!), I remain amazed at the number of West Side veterinarians pulled into the investigation. The most notorious suspect (both then and now), was of course, Fred Leininger. Linda Bricca’s recent employer, with whom she had ... Read More
The Lindbergh Kidnapping: Did Charles Lindbergh Murder His Own Son?
When their firstborn child was kidnapped from their home on March 1st, 1932 and found murdered in the woods two months later, Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh were the most famous couple in America, and the case would become the most publicized crime of the 20th century. Eventually suspect Bruno ... Read More