June 17, 2013 By Adam Schrager
Proud to release some of the comments about "The Sixteenth Rail" that can now be bought at your local bookstore, borrowed at your local library or purchased on line. "People lie, but wood doesn’t. As journalist Schrager (The Principled Politician: The Story of Ralph Carr) tells it, Arthur Koehler, a pioneer in forensic science, was often called into court as an expert witness. The most well-known case in which Koehler testified, though, was the kidnapping of Charles and Anne Lindbergh’s son. When he saw the pictures of the wooden ladder used by the kidnappers, Koehler knew he could make … Read...
I'm just getting around to checking some of my more recent possibilities for the Spam Report and you'll probably question my sanity as the one posted below, promising to make me a millionaire, … Read
The information age in which we live has both positives and negatives, both of which are exhibited in the email I've posted below. It reminds me of the quote from the 1955 play, "Inherit the … Read
Act II, Scene 1. It was drilled into my head as a high school student when we were studying Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet." That's the part of the play I was required to memorize, but more … Read