Who killed Lind­bergh’s Baby?

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Pay Television -

Satur­day, 5.30pm, His­tory Charles, the son of pi­o­neer­ing avi­a­tor Charles Lind­bergh, was 20 months old when he was kid­napped from his bed­room in Hopewell, New Jersey on March 1, 1932. His body was found 8km away. Car­pen­ter Bruno Richard Haupt­mann was tried and ex­e­cuted in 1936 aged 36. But many people be­lieve he was in­no­cent. Here, a team of ex­perts — led by John Dou­glas, an FBI pro­filer who pi­o­neered the use of be­havioural anal­y­sis for track­ing down dan­ger­ous crim­i­nals — re-ex­am­ines the case.

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