Caradori’s Interview: Sky Harbor Employee-Witness

Posted on February 20, 2011


The following is an transcription of  Gary Caradori’s written account of his meeting with Sky Harbor Air.

The document, titled “Investigative Report,”  was transcribed from a JPG image copy of the original document (which I believe was made public online by Nick Bryant, author of The Franklin Scandal).   I am transcribing these to HTML so that these pages may be indexed in Google’s search results, thereby allowing more people to find this information.  The original file can be seen here, and it should be noted that typos were copied as they appear in the original.



Case Name:  FCU/Investigation

Report Date: April 13, 1990

Report By:  Gary A. Caradori, Special Investigator

On the above date this writer met with Miss Evelyn Littlejohn at the Garden Cafe located in the Old Market of downtown Omaha.  Evelyn Littlejohn would only list her telephone number as 422-1506.

During the conversation, Miss Littlejohn indicated that there was a white female she described as having long, red, shaggy hair who drove an older light gray Datsun (or something similar), who would travel with Larry King.  Ms. Littlejohn indicated that she could never put together why someone who was so wealthy would bother to associate with an individual “looking like that.”

In reference to her prior employment at Sky Harbor Air Service, Miss Littlejohn stated that she was employed sometime, she thought, around 1985-1986.  She was employed there for several months.  She stated that she would see Larry Kind fly out of Sky Harbor on the average of at least once a week, and that every time he would depart, there would be young adult males on those flights.  She stated that these young males were very good looking, attired in fancy suits, gold chains, watches and rings, and were very clean cut and clean shaven.  She stated that it was very odd to her in that none of these young adults would talk.

She stated that at the most, she had seen at least five young people at one time depart from Sky Harbor.  She stated that many times she would be there when they returned.  She did recall a black male, approximate age 16, who when she went to the Franklin Credit Union to conduct some business, would recognize from the flights and who worked as a teller at the Credit Union.

She further stated that there was a white female by the name of Carol (last name unknown), who had blond hair and worked with her on the line and who eventually married a mechanic from Sky Harbor.  They have apparently moved out of state.  Miss Littlejohn stated that Carol stayed there approximately a year after she left her employment.

Again, prior to ending the conversation, Miss Littlejohn stated that the strange thing about these young good-looking males was that they never spoke when they came to the airport.  She stated again that they were very well dressed.

Miss Littlejohn stated that she didn’t want to get together again with this writer for fear of being seen with me, and possibly creating the idea that she may have information related to Franklin.  I did tell her that I would like to get together with her one more time and show her some photographs of different individuals who worked at the Franklin Credit Union.  I told her I would contact her in the next few weeks.  Miss Littlejohn was extremely reluctant at this but I reiterated that I would be contacting her again.

End of report

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