New PDF release: Catch Me If You Can: The True Story of a Real Fake
By Frank W. Abagnale, Stan Redding
Frank W. Abagnale, alias Frank Williams, Robert Conrad, Frank Adams, and Robert Monjo, used to be the most bold con males, forgers, imposters, and get away artists in background. In his short yet infamous legal profession, Abagnale donned a pilot's uniform and copiloted a Pan Am jet, masqueraded because the supervising resident of a health facility, practiced legislation with out a license, handed himself off as a school sociology professor, and cashed over $2.5 million in cast exams, all prior to he was once twenty-one. identified by means of the police of twenty-six international nations and all fifty states as "The Skywayman," Abagnale lived a luxurious lifestyles at the lam-until the legislation stuck up with him. Now well-known because the nation's best authority on monetary foul play, Abagnale is an enthralling rogue whose hilarious, stranger-than-fiction foreign escapades, and creative escapes-including one from an airplane-make Catch Me when you Can an impossible to resist story of deceit.
The uproarious, bestselling actual tale of the world's such a lot sought-after con guy at the moment in improvement as a DreamWorks characteristic film.
"I stole each nickel and blew it on high quality threads, sumptuous accommodations, marvelous foxes, and different sensual chocolates. I partied in each capital in Europe and basked on the entire world's most famed beaches."
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I said I didn’t know a thing about the swindle. I didn’t convince either of them. I had expected Dad to be furious. But he was more confused than angry. “Look, son, if you’ll tell us how you did this, and why, we’ll forget it. There’ll be no punishment and I’ll pay the bills,” he offered. My dad was a great guy in my book. He never lied to me in his life. I promptly copped out. “It’s the girls, Dad,” I sighed. “They do funny things to me. ” Dad and the Mobil investigator nodded understanding-ly.
She beamed. “Of course, Captain. You are very kind,” she said. ” I took a cab to Orly, instructing the driver to let me off at the TWA entrance. I by-passed the TWA ticket counter in the lobby and presented my FAA license and Pan Am ID card to the TWA operations officer. He checked his manifest. “Okay, First Officer Frank Williams, deadheading to Rome. Gotcha. ” He handed me the familiar pink form for nonrevenue passengers and I penned in the pertinent data. ” I started to heft my bag to the counter top but the inspector, a wizened old man with a wispy mustache, recognized me and waved me through.
He nodded. “I’ll have to call into Mobil and get an approval—we have to do that on any big purchase,” he said. ” I rolled out of the station with five twenties in my wallet. I was heady with happiness. Since I hadn’t yet had my first taste of alcohol, I couldn’t compare the feeling to a champagne high, say, but it was the most delightful sensation I’d ever experienced in the front seat of a car. In fact, my cleverness overwhelmed me. If it worked once, why wouldn’t it work twice? It did. It worked so many times in the next several weeks, I lost count.
Catch Me If You Can: The True Story of a Real Fake by Frank W. Abagnale, Stan Redding