The Secret in Jerry Siegel’s Attic

This is just a great story, that brings out in me both the comic geek and the obsessed collector looking for the big hidden score….

Hopes for a secret stash at legend’s home dashed

Saturday, December 02, 2006
Michael Sangiacomo
Plain Dealer Reporter

“No matter how many New York Times best-selling novels or monumental comic books he writes, Brad Meltzer is as much a comic geek as anyone.

Meltzer came to Cleveland recently to promote his novel, “The Book of Fate.” Like many other comic fans, he wanted to see the place where it all started, the house where Jerry Siegel created Superman. What he found was a mystery worthy of the Justice League. It could be called “The Secret in Jerry Siegel’s Attic.”

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