One man's journey to revive the American Dream with a 410 mile walk through history
The Lannin Walk Part 2 is now underway and it promises to be a wild ride filled with mystery. In the weeks and months ahead, I will begin sharing family stories and personal research that until now has never been publicly disclosed.
The Lannin Walk Part 2 will focus on Joseph John “JJ” Lannin’s life in New York after selling the Boston Red Sox. From his ownership of Roosevelt Field in Long Island, NY where Charles A. Lindbergh took off in the Spirit of St. Louis, to a string of luxury hotels and golf courses, the once penniless orphan became a New York real estate tycoon and a philanthropist. Then, on May 15, 1928 his life tragically ended when he fell from the ninth floor of one of his hotels in Brooklyn, NY.
Join me on my website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube as I continue telling the real story of Joseph J. Lannin, his mysterious death, and other family tragedies that have cursed the Lannin and Tunstall families for over a century.
Your support will enable me to host another historical, travel web series, the publication of my second e-book, and a future documentary on the life of Mr. Lannin. Please support Part 2 today by giving what you can to keep the spirit of the American Dream alive for our generation and those that will follow. Whether it is $1 or more, every bit counts and is appreciated!
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