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The kidnapping of Charlie Lindbergh Jr is the most notorious case of the 20th century. Today, there is still a public fascination with the case that has led to multiple books, movies, documentaries, and a wide spectrum of conspiracy theories. We recognize the conspiracy theories as having a huge impact on the way the case is studied today. Criminologists, historians, and true crime fans have all investigated the kidnapping and have published their perspective. What we are presenting today is a presentation of the research we have conducted at the Charles Lindbergh House and Museum, and the conclusions we have come to based on the study of both secondary and primary sources connected to the case.