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Regardless of what is true or not, what Charles Lindbergh did was amazing.  I recall he had to do everything he could to stay awake.  No one had ever done what this before, can you imagine the courage and determination that it took? What was he thinking or feeling on the day of his historic flight? 

This interview is not meant to hurt the Lindbergh name.  I will never do a show that was out to attack someone.  How is anything gained from that?  Instead, this show was done because a woman just happened to be coming to see a friend of mine who has some connections and in turn she was introduced to me.  My friend suggested that I might be interested in what she had to say.  I was.  I find it more than a coincidence that I had heard a little bit about this story almost ten years ago.  I never got to meet Harold Olson but perhaps I met his spirit.  Anita, my guest, feels that his spirit has been near her in the last couple of weeks as she finally got a chance to tell Harold's story to someone.  Then, last week it hit me.  This isn't just about Harold, it's about all of us.  Huh?  Where did that come from?  If you heard last weeks show then you know that Harold Olson claims to be the kidnapped Lindbergh baby.  He spent a good part of his adult life trying to find out who he really was.  As he dug more and more the evidence seemed to support that he was the son of Charles Lindbergh.  Now that may seem a bit crazy,  but why would a man spend over $100,000 of his own money to try to prove it.  Why did the state of New Jersey mislead him?  Why did Charles Lindbergh's other son (John) believe Harold to be his brother.  I guess my point in all of this is that this is a story about a man who was trying to find his true identity and felt he was being lied to.  Couldn't that be the story with all of us?  What do I mean?  I'll let you ponder that if you want. 

I welcome back Anita, from Escanaba Michigan and part two of our interview about Harold Olson, who may have been the Lindbergh baby.  She chooses to just go by her first name because in the past her phone has been bugged and someone from the U.S. government was sitting outside by her home.  Now why would they do that?  So she was a little afraid to do this inteverview initially.  We were even going to disguise her voice and call her Madam X.  (Pretty funny, huh?)  But in the end, she decided that wasn't necessary.  By the way Anita mentions a book that may shed some insight and I posted a picture of it in case you want to check it out.  In no way is she connected with the book or promoting a website or anything else.  The book is not about Harold Olson.  It is about some unanswered quetions involving the Lindbergh baby kidnapping case.


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