The Press: And So They Were Married

The reading public, aware of Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh's reaction to lurid publicity, may easily have guessed what his mental processes were when he saw advertised in last week's newspapers: "HOW LINDBERGH SMASHED THE CONSTANCE MORROW DEATH PLOT! . . . revealed ... in every true detail [in] True Detective Mysteries."

The revelation, occupying a dozen pages in True Detective Mysteries, was credited to Police Chief James R. Travers of Milton, Mass.,—"as told to Fred H. Thompson, formerly of the Boston Post." In infinite, fanciful detail...

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