The Kidnapping and Murder of Adolph Coors
On the morning of February 9, 1960, Adolph "Ad" Coors drove his car to his family's business, the Coors Brewery in Golden, Colorado. Only a couple of hours later his car was found running with the doors open on the Turkey Creek Bridge. Ad Coors was nowhere to be found. A ransom note arrived the next day demanding money in exchange for his safe return, but the kidnapper mysteriously disappeared without collecting the money and without returning Ad Coors. In a massive manhunt that stretched all the way to New Jersey and Vancouver, the FBI uncovered a sinister plot.