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Aug. 19, 2022

Robert Zorn pt1 πŸ›©οΈ The Lindbergh Kidnapping


Welcome to this NJ Criminal Podcast series on the Lindbergh kidnapping and trial. πŸ‘¨‍βš–οΈ Robert Zorn joins your favorite NJ law podcast to delve into his family perspective on the historic case.

Robert Zorn is a graduate of Duke University and of the Wharton Graduate School of Business. In 2012, Robert Zorn published the book Cemetery John, which tells the story of the Charles Lindbergh kidnapping. Robert is uniquely qualified to write on this topic as his father, the late Eugene C. Zorn, Jr., a nationally respected economist, was the only person who ever witnessed the conspiracy behind the Lindbergh kidnapping

 

Since publishing, Robert has spoken at venues around the country about his father’s story and the kidnapping; he was invited by former First Lady Barbara Bush to speak to a gathering of 1,200 book lovers at her Celebration of Reading event at the Meyerson Symphony Hall in Dallas.

 

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Robert Zorn is a graduate of Duke University and of the Wharton Graduate School of Business.

In 2012, Robert Zorn published the book Cemetery John, which tells the story of the Charles Lindbergh kidnapping. Robert is uniquely qualified to write on this topic as his father, the late Eugene C. Zorn, Jr., a nationally respected economist, was the only person who ever witnessed the conspiracy behind the Lindbergh kidnapping.

Since publishing, Robert has spoken at venues around the country about his father’s story and the kidnapping; he was invited by former First Lady Barbara Bush to speak to a gathering of 1,200 book lovers at her Celebration of Reading event at the Meyerson Symphony Hall in Dallas.