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 » Host: George Knapp