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A Swarthy Man and A Jealous Ex Husband

A Swarthy Man and A Jealous Ex Husband

Update: 2021-04-16
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Join us for the continuation of our 2 part episodes for Season 3!



During a time of great hardship, people often turn to drastic means in order to survive. During the depression, kidnappings rose in popularity as a way to make some easy money. One of the most famous of these was when the young toddler of the well known aviator and inventor, Charles Lindbergh and his wife Anne, was kidnapped and murdered. And while there were notable occurrences throughout the nation, Washington state had a string of kidnapping cases that occurred between 1935 and 1936. The victims' stories would make for sensational news headlines across the globe.



We’re going back to the 1930’s for a 2-part look at a wave of kidnappings, or “snatchings” as they were referred to, in Tacoma, Washington. During these 18 months, there would be three kidnappings that had the town, even the nation, gripped with fear of what the outcome would be.





Information on Mildred Hook:



Historical Essay on case Written by Daryl C. McClary 
https://bit.ly/3dn4UE7



Idaho's First Fallen Trooper 
https://bit.ly/3agyLwa



Fallen Deputy Sheriff Information
https://bit.ly/3tjTjLE



Mildred Hook Find a Grave
https://bit.ly/3mSFfqf



Information on Charles Mattson:



Historical Essay on case Written by Daryl C. McClary
https://bit.ly/3wWDX1U



News paper articles on kidnapping
https://bit.ly/3srVXh8
https://bit.ly/3uVPdKg
https://hvr.co/3shZEWE



President Franklin D. Roosevelts Statements on the kidnapping
https://bit.ly/2OTqzud



Mattson Mansion torn down
https://bit.ly/2Qr6SdG
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A Swarthy Man and A Jealous Ex Husband

A Swarthy Man and A Jealous Ex Husband

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