The Sixteenth Rail: The Evidence, the Scientist, and the Lindbergh Kidnapping

The Sixteenth Rail: The Evidence, the Scientist, and the Lindbergh Kidnapping

Adam Schrager


Before there has been CSI and NCIS, there has been a mild-mannered forensic scientist whose diligence could support clear up the 20 th century's maximum crime. Arthur Koehler was once referred to as the "Sherlock Holmes of his period" for his paintings tracing the ladder used to kidnap Charles Lindbergh's son to Bruno Hauptmann's attic and storage. A gripping story of technological know-how and real crime.

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