Maxmilian Langsner told the Edmonton police he was a human radio when the thought waves flowed. And when he tuned in on Vernon Booher the farmer’s son was hanged for four murdersBy S. TUPPER BIGELOW20 min
SINCE the night of May 30, 1942, when I bailed out of a flaming aircraft over Cologne, I have flown only once. That was two days after the war ended in Europe. I had just survived a head-on train collision and I wasn’t travel-minded. But I was heading back to England after three years in a prison camp.By RAY SILVER13 min
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