Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh leaving Roosevelt Field on Long Island in 1929. The New York Times
Mark W. Falzini, Archivist NJ State Police Museum Phone interview
Mark W. Falzini is one of the foremost experts on the Lindbergh kidnapping case. He has over 20 years of experience as an archivist in charge of the largest collection of documents pertaining to the case at the New Jersey State Police Museum. He is also the author of Their Fifteen Minutes: Biographical Sketches of the Lindbergh Case. James Davidson has been a local historian and collector of Lindbergh memorabilia most of his life. He grew up in Flemington and knew many of the key participants in the investigation and trial. A coauthor of Arcadia Publishing's East Amwell, he lives with his wife, Dawn, across from the Lindbergh estate.
Biography from Arcadia Publishing
Rick Angler, Academic Curator Cradle of Aviation Museum In person interview
"I am the Academic Coordinator here at the Cradle of Aviation Museum. My job is to help develop and organize programming for school districts who wish to visit our museum. I also teach many of the museum education classes. Prior to joining the museum in 2008, I taught high school social studies at South Side High School in Rockville Centre."
Biography provided by Mr. Angler
Joshua Stoff, Curator Cradle of Aviation Museum In person interview
Joshua Stoff is the Curator of the Cradle of Aviation Museum, an important Air and Space Museum located in Garden City, N.Y. He is the author of 20 books on the history of aviation and spaceflight as well as numerous articles. He has made frequent appearances on the History, Science and Discovery channels as an 'Aerospace Historian'.
Biography from IMBD
Special Agent , Federal Bureau of Investigation (The Special Agent preferred to stay anonymous) Phone interview
The interviewee has been a Special Agent for the FBI since March 2016. The Agent specializes in investigations involving violent crimes, including drugs, gang related crimes, and crimes against children.