|Welcome to the section of the Jim Fisher web site dealing with the Lindbergh Case.
Often referred to as the "Crime of the Century," the case involved the abduction and murder of the 20-month-old son of the famed aviator and American hero, Charles Lindbergh. The lengthy investigation and trial resulted in the conviction and 1936 execution of Bruno Richard Hauptmann, a German carpenter who had been in the country for about 11 years. The case has become legendary and as such has become fodder for conspiracy theorists, sensationalists, and revisionists promoting their own agendas.
Jim spent four years researching the evidence in the case before writing his first book on the subject, The Lindbergh Case. In addition to several articles and many speeches, Jim wrote a second book on the case, The Ghosts of Hopewell: Setting the Record Straight in the Lindbergh Case, specifically addressing and dismissing the bogus claims of revisionists.
This web site contains unbiased and reliable information pertaining to the case. The site will continue to grow, so check back for updates and additional information. Please feel free to contact Jim with questions and comments. Enjoy the site.