It was only a decade later, when Clark Rockefeller kidnapped his daughter in Boston, that Kirn, and the rest of the world, learned that the man they knew as Clark Rockefeller, a man who dazzled East Coast high society, wasn’t a Rockefeller at all. His name was Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, and he had more trouble than a kidnapping charge. Before long, Gerhartsreiter would be charged with murder.CLICK TO VIEW THE SOURCE MATERIAL
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