Called the “Crime of the Century,” Charles “Lucky Lindy’s” firstborn son mysteriously disappeared in 1932, when kidnapping in the US had reached epic proportions.  Yet for a crime so enormous as the Lindbergh kidnapping no progress was made in finding a suspect for almost two and a half years.  Even today’s criminal experts have a hard time agreeing on what the facts of the case points to and ultimately who or how many were responsible.  To this day, the majority of the ransom money remains unaccounted for.  This would be the biggest mystery case until D.B. Cooper.