is a name given to the state prison electric chair
in New Jersey
, which is currently on exhibit at the New Jersey State Police Museum
. In the electric chair sits an effigy
of Bruno Hauptmann
, the man found guilty of abducting and killing Charles Augustus Lindbergh, Jr. in 1932, the 20-month-old son of famous aviators Charles Lindbergh
and Anne Morrow Lindbergh (see Lindbergh kidnapping)
The chair was used in the execution of 159 men from 1907 to 1963.