Robert Zorn

Book links deceased Mount Clemens man to Lindbergh case

Waiting for a haircut in the 1960s, Gene Zorn read a magazine story about the 1932 Lindbergh kidnapping that stirred a childhood memory. Had Zorn grown up with someone involved in the abduction? The thought nagged him for the rest of his life so, before his death in 2006, his son vowed to look into … Continue Reading →