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Robert Cosgrove "Bobby" Greenlease Jr. (February 3, 1947 – September 28, 1953) was the 6-year-old son of multi-millionaire automobile dealer Robert Cosgrove Greenlease Sr., of Kansas City, Missouri. He was the victim of a kidnapping on September 28, 1953 that led to the largest ransom payment in American history (at the time). Greenlease Jr's kidnappers, however, had no intention of returning him to his family. Before the ransom demand was even issued, he had been murdered by Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie Emily Brown Heady.

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  • Robert Cosgrove "Bobby" Greenlease Jr. (February 3, 1947 – September 28, 1953) was the 6-year-old son of multi-millionaire automobile dealer Robert Cosgrove Greenlease Sr., of Kansas City, Missouri. He was the victim of a kidnapping on September 28, 1953 that led to the largest ransom payment in American history (at the time). Greenlease Jr's kidnappers, however, had no intention of returning him to his family. Before the ransom demand was even issued, he had been murdered by Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie Emily Brown Heady.
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  • Robert Cosgrove "Bobby" Greenlease Jr. (February 3, 1947 – September 28, 1953) was the 6-year-old son of multi-millionaire automobile dealer Robert Cosgrove Greenlease Sr., of Kansas City, Missouri. He was the victim of a kidnapping on September 28, 1953 that led to the largest ransom payment in American history (at the time). Greenlease Jr's kidnappers, however, had no intention of returning him to his family. Before the ransom demand was even issued, he had been murdered by Carl Austin Hall and Bonnie Emily Brown Heady. The case was the subject of a 2014 episode of Investigation Discovery's series A Crime to Remember (Season 2, Episode 8, "Baby Come Home").
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