Sunday, May 29, 2005

AP: "Lucky Lindy" truly was!

So, just imagine the public shame Lindberg may have felt if this news came out at the time of their conception. Love that DNA testing! Of course, anyone who has a smattering of historical knowledge in their noggins knows that Lindberg was ostracized for being an isolationist before and during WWII with his "America First" movement. [How topical this seems today!]

By DAVID RISING, Associated Press Writer Fri May 27, 7:22 PM ET

BERLIN - Three siblings who claim they are Charles Lindbergh's out-of-wedlock children are releasing a book next week that alleges the famous flier had seven illegitimate children in all from relationships with their mother, her sister and his German private secretary.

"The Double Life of Charles A. Lindbergh" alleges that Lindbergh had three children with Munich hatmaker Brigitte Hesshaimer, two children with her sister Marietta, and another two children with his German private secretary, identified only as Valeska, the publishing company said.

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