The January edition of this magazine has an article about the discovery of ammunitions in the cargo hold.
Maybe this was the first time human hands have been laid on the ammunition, but it's existance is anything but news. Bailey and Ryan had the information 40 years ago.Now, for the first time, hard evidence of the truth of the German claim rests in a human hand.
Actually what I meant was an article on the Jolivet/Veronon's alone. Trust me there is enough material there. What a tangled web it was. No wonder I can't keep it all strait. The three fates were weaving over time with this family. That is probably the only way your gonna get folks away from the stoopid ammunition story legend.I did.
You should publish an expanded article just about the Vernon's alone to ET or something! We really need a Lusitania site out there! All the Lusi passengers had as just as fascinating lives as Titanic Passengers but their stories are largely forgotten or lost.Naw, the first article I wrote after a ten year hiatus was a longer version of this story!
I still wonder if there was anything suspicious about her death. Like Jack Thayer, Inez Vernon suicide doesn't add up but I leave that to you, Jim because I don't know enough about it to really have any theories. But you'd think with all that money coming in she'd find a reason to live. Unless she knew to much about something. But what? Who would gain anything besides her sister from her death. Now we have missing documents about her estate which might be suspicious or not.I'm sorry that the documents pertaining to the executing of Inez Vernon's estate have gone astray. I'd like to find out who served as the liaison to Russia after her death.