Paul Joseph Fronczak is a military veteran and former actor who now works for a non-profit organization devoted to saving lives. Five years ago, Paul took a DNA test that disproved the story he'd been told about his identity—that he was "Baby Fronczak," the infant who'd been kidnapped from a Chicago hospital in an infamous 1964 crime. In an instant, he became a man without a name, birthday or medical history—an "unidentified living person," in official terminology. Paul has spent the last five years searching for answers—and looking for the real Paul Fronczak. "I'm on a mission," he says, "and I can't stop until I find out what happened." An avid guitarist and motorcyclist, Paul now lives in Las Vegas, and has a daughter he calls "the greatest kid in the world."
Paul Fronczak recounted his efforts to find out about his secret past. Michael Finkel told the story of a man who hid in the woods for 27 years. More »
Joining George Knapp, researcher and author Lee Elders discussed his hunt for treasure in the mid-1960s in the Ecuadoran Amazon, and his encounters with local shamans. It has long been reported that there were a lot of Incan treasures buried in caves and other places during... More »
In the first half, George Knapp discussed a new film that chronicles the War on Whistleblowers with filmmaker Robert Greenwald, in the first half hour, and whistleblower Franz Gayl, in the remaining 90 minutes. In the latter half, Paul Joseph Fronczak detailed the... More »