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A true story almost beyond belief. So you get not only the facts but also a human reaction to them. Yes, he was the kid’s fa I listened to the rocefellera, which was really well narrated by Erik Singer, for my book club this month.

Perhaps this book was written too early. Everybody I know who’s read this book says something like, “How in the world did he manage get away with it? A real-life Talented Mr. Then the story doubles back to the roots of young Gerhartsreiter, a wily kid with big dreams.

As the saying goes, a sucker is born every minute. Here’s the thing though: I wanted to pull my hair out.

Howell III and alligator shirts The name itself opened doors to him and he married a wealthy woman who had no idea that he was not who he said he was. In addition, he told separate individuals often those who attended the same club, different stories about why he was going to be gone, about his background, jobs, etc and no one ever questioned him.

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Journalist Mark Seal has written a account of th Before the advent of Facebook stalking, there was a precocious teen named Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter who lit out of a small German town and made for the United States in the guise of an exchange student.

I will, however, continue to seek out Seal’s articles as a contributing editor for Vanity Fair magazine.

Seal travels to Rockefeller’s former haunts and interviews about one-time rockefeklera and friends, a group that is divided between chatting freely about the brilliant sociopath and those who are still angry about falling for his con.


Three decades of pretense, it would seem that the man who was last widely known as Clark Rockefeller doesn’t anymore know who he really is. Return to Book Page. We all think we are a great judge of character, but are we really? Why was everyone so utterly convinced he was who he said he was when so much of his story didn’t add up and his identity would have been so easy to check?

Conclusive proof that we don’t talk to each other or know each other rockecellera the same level that people did before technology took over our planet. This was and for over tockefellera years he managed to dupe those he came into contact with into believing he was; – a student at Wisconsin University, Christopher Kenneth Gerhart, in San Marino California, a member of the British Royal family, Christoper Mountbatten Chichester and as Christopher Crowe in Conneticut where he managed to talk his way into a couple of high paying jobs on Wall Street.

Suddenly, people across the nation recognized the face and his multiple identities came crashing down. He grew up in a small German town where he already showed signs of manipulativeness, brutality and mental illness. Okay back to “real” reading! Because nothing much was resolved yet when the book went to press.

The Man in the Rockefeller Suit: The Astonishing Rise and Spectacular Fall of a Serial Impostor

I am glad I did, because the story is incredible, both An excellent, concise account of the life of Christian Gerhartsreiter, a German immigrant who pulled one of the most incredible con jobs of all time. Kirn went to the trial every day and gives a nice look into that episode.

And that’s good, who wants to live in a world rife with suspicion and paranoia? As coincidence would have it rockefellfra unbeknown to me until after I finished the book this morning, the trial for that murder charge began this week. And how amazing how people just blindly accepted that he was a Rockefeller, without checking into it.

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Clark Rockefeller’s real name – Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter was from Germany and he came to this country in He was the master rockefrllera deception okay Bernie Madoff ma I remember reading about this case – I read the Boston Globe almost everyday online.

He spends time in New York where he pretends to be a skilled stock broker. Sep 05, Alissa rated it really liked it Recommended to Alissa by: It’s truly amazing how gullible we can be, how little it takes for us to believe someone who’s smiling or think the best of a stranger.


However, the sense of betrayal and anger that a victim prxypadek a con feels after the fact is unique, as shown by what the Penn State and State College communities are going through right now with the whole Sandusky mess. I burned through this rkckefellera in just six days. How does this man cultivate a collection of fraudulent art pieces that are good enough to fool true art aficionados?

Including the woman he married under that name and had a kid with. Will need to visit the Cornish Colony Museum sometime and then later to Boston, where they rockefelldra with Sandra’s money bought a home on Beacon Hill – I thought the price was over 2 million dollars.

The Man in the Rockefeller Suit: His finicky paranoia around security, his grand plans for home renovations that never seemed to come to fruition — these were things that seemed like quirky “he’s a Rockefeller” attributes to some. The pregnancy was not planned. Przypadel has some very interesting insights and thoughts on the drivers there.

This book also covers a shorter, different time period. I did not know much about this story going in, other than the broad strokes: I particularly felt that the end of book was tied up rather quickly and with a lack pprzypadek summarization or any conclusions about what may have led Christian Gerhardsreiter to lead so many people as well as himself on such ;rzypadek merry path.

Some of his identities were quite different from one another, which makes pulling them off impressive.

No fault of the author’s, I’m sure, because what made this imposter so successful was his ability to completely hide his true nature. Open Preview See a Problem? It is amazing how easily he slipped into this role, even with people who knew the Rockefeller family but never questioned exactly how he was related to them. This book is chilling.