How impostors like Clark Rockefeller capture our trust instantly - and why we're so eager to give it to them.
Lots of people trusted Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter. At least two women married him - though they each knew him by a different name. The members of elite social clubs in San Marino, Calif.; Greenwich, Conn.; and here in Boston embraced him and vouched for him. A series of investment firms offered him jobs as a stockbroker and bond salesman, even ... (Full article: 2104 words)
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