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Judge Crater, the missingest person

John W. Gibson

Judge Crater, the missingest person

how he disappeared and why they couldn"t find him ; also, Under November skies : Pennsylvania"s haunting "Babes in the woods" mystery of 1934 / John Winslow Gibson

by John W. Gibson

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Published by Dog Ear Pub. in Indianapolis, IN .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Politics and government,
  • Missing persons,
  • Judges,
  • Case studies,
  • Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesUnder November skies
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF373.C68 G53 2010
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156 p. ;
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25047447M
    ISBN 10160844712X
    ISBN 109781608447121
    LC Control Number2011290381

    Stella Crater, the judge's wife, is the picture of propriety draped in long pearls and the latest Chanel. Ritzi, a leggy showgirl with Broadway aspirations, thinks moonlighting in the judge's bed is the quickest way off the chorus line. Maria Simon, the dutiful maid, has the judge to thank for her husband's recent promotion to detective in the. The New York Police Department (NYPD) finally closed his missing person file on Aug , but continued to follow up on tips. Judge Crater was called the “missingest man in New York.” Joking references to him were part of the lexicon for decades: “Pulling a Crater,” refers to someone leaving without saying goodbye.

    Hear a bonus Episode, for only $1.   There are extra rewards, for any donation of $5 or more! ==== HISTORICAL REFERENCES Crater, Stella & Fraley, Oscar, The Empty Robe (book, )  Gibson, John Winslow, Judge Crater, the Missingest Person: How He Disappeared and Why They Couldn't Find Him (). The Strange Disappearance of Judge Joseph Force Crater Joseph Force Crater was a New York Supreme Court associate justice and the president of the Tammany Hall Cayuga Democratic Club. He grew up in Pennsylvania and went on to attend Lafayette College and Columbia University Law School.

    Inspired by a real-life unsolved mystery, this "mesmerizing" novel features characters that make a lasting impression. --PEOPLE MAGAZINE "More meticulously choreographed than a chorus line. It all pays off."--THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW "They say behind every great man, there's a woman. In this case, there are three." Stella Crater, the judge's wife, is the picture of . ?The Missingest Man in New York??Good Time Joe?Crater was a dapper year-old judge known for his dalliances with showgirls and his ties to corruption-ridden Tammany Hall? until he got into a cab in Midtown one evening in and disappeared, earning the title of?the Missingest man in New York.?


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Judge Crater, The Missingest Person: How He Disappeared and Why They Couldn't Find Him/5(6). Judge Crater, the Missingest Person book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. marks 80 years since New York State Supreme Court /5.

The Judge Crater section is about the best I have ever read on the subject, The fairly unheralded addition about the "Babes In the Woods " is spectacular, moving, poetic.

I do not have the verbal skills the author does, so i may not describe it very well, but the "Babes in the Woods" section about the murder of 3 little girls is a cross between /5(6). There are many twisty-turns to Judge Crater’s life that added to the intrigue and complicated the investigations.

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The. Joseph Force Crater becomes the missingest man in New York On this day inNew York Supreme Court judge Joseph Force Crater vanished on the streets of Manhattan near Times Square. Judge Crater, the Missingest Person by John Winslow Gibson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(5).

Judge Crater, The Missingest Person marks 80 years since New York State Supreme Court Justice Joseph Force Crater vanished and became world famous. Brilliant and secretive,this faithful husband andcompletely honest man left behind a mistress, a string of chorus girls, a history of crooked Pages:   Crater, Stella & Fraley, Oscar, The Empty Robe (book, ) Gibson, John Winslow, Judge Crater, the Missingest Person: How He Disappeared and Why They Couldn't Find Him ().

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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Dead gal's secret letter may solve mystery By ALISON GENDAR and LEO STANDORA DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS Judge Joseph Crater Police may be on the brink of finally finding the remains of Judge Joseph Crater - and possibly solving the most enduring mystery in New York City history, investigators said yesterday.

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Crater, Stella & Fraley, Oscar, The Empty Robe (book, ) Gibson, John Winslow, Judge Crater, the Missingest Person: How He Disappeared and Why They Couldn't Find Him ().

Tofel, Richard J., Vanishing Point: The Disappearance of Judge Crater and the New York He Left Behind (book, ). Kelly, Jack, Judge Crater Vanishes Forever. American. Judge Crater. Judge Crater disappeared in and remains a mystery. He was called the missingest man in New York. My purpose here is not to give all the case details, people can easily look them up themselves in wikipedia and other online/offline sources.

We are just giving here our own tentative theory. Our theory. Hear a bonus Episode, for only $1. There are extra rewards, for any donation of $5 or more. ==== HISTORICAL REFERENCES Crater, Stella & Fraley, Oscar, The Empty Robe (book, ) Gibson, John Winslow, Judge Crater, the Missingest Person: How He Disappeared and Why They Couldn't Find Him ().

Those “I saw Judge Crater!” stories above are rooted among tips received throughhalf a century after he vanished. He was long referred to as “the Most Missingest Man in New York.” At the end of his act, Groucho Marx was said to have often commented, “I’m going to step out and look for Judge Crater.”.

Joseph Crater was a judge in New York City who puzzlingly disappeared in Newspaper reports on the never-solved case mentioned: a secret blond mistress, missing money, corrupt politicians, and purloined papers. Eventually the event became grist for comedy and even graffiti scrawls such as: 2 3.

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Judge Crater, the Missingest Person. John Winslow Gibson. 17 Sep Paperback. unavailable. It must have been a tragedy when Judge Crater disappeared, but everybody jokes about it now. I guess you can make a mathematical formula out of it. Tragedy plus time equals comedy.

Joseph Crater was a judge in New York City who puzzlingly disappeared in Joseph Force Crater. Born January 5, Easton, Pennsylvania. Disappeared: August 6, (aged 41) New York City: Status: Declared dead in. Despite the fact that he went missing inthe New York Times has reported on his case as recently as and I’ve read several contemporary books about him, including one called Judge Crater: The missingest person, published in Because of the high profile nature of the case, over the years the police have fielded all kinds of hoax.Dubbed "The Missingest Man in New York," New York Supreme Court Judge Crater was 41 when he dropped out of sight on a Manhattan street after.

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