Who did we interview? Richard Lacayo, the art critic of Time Magazine;
Suzanne Stratton-Pruitt, a leading art historian;
Jeffrey Robinson, an author and the man who did research for Seymour Reit's 1980 book "The Day They Stole the Mona Lisa;
Mary Gibson, a professor who gave us insight into Peruggia's psychiatrist Paolo Amaldi;
Ann Benjamin whose family owns the rights to the Karl Decker story about the theft from the Saturday Evening Post;
Lawrence Roy Stains, a professor at my alma mater Temple University who told us what kind of journalism the Saturday Evening Post practiced;
and Thomas and Dorothy Hoobler, the authors of the recent book on the theft "The Crimes of Paris."