A Case for Solomon: Bobby Dunbar and the Kidnapping That Haunted a Nation

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A Case for Solomon chronicles one of the most celebrated-and misunderstood-kidnapping cases in American history. In 1912, 4 year-old Bobby Dunbar, the son of an upper middle-class Louisiana family, went missing in the swamps; 8 months later, he was found in the company of a wandering piano-tuner, William Walters who was arrested and tried for kidnapping. But when a destitute single mother came forward to claim the boy as her son, not Bobby Dunbar, the case exploded. For two years, courts probed and newspapers ...

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