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Robert Unger

Nonfiction

Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 19990611

Author of The Union Station Massacre: The Original Sin of J. Edgar Hoover, Robert Unger discusses some of the disturbing details he’s discovered during years of sorting through FBI files for investigative reports about the legendary Kansas City shooting involving Pretty Boy Floyd and his gang.  He also talks about how the historic tactics of the FBI crime lab still reverberate in our society today. 

| Subject Matter: History, Kansas City, Pretty Boy Floyd | Interview Year: 1999 | Genre: Nonfiction |

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