Thursday, October 11
Starts at 12:10 PM
Bring your brown bag lunch to the Museum’s continuing series, featuring engaging and enlightening topics for discussion. Join us the second Thursday of every month from now until May for a new topic to explore and discuss.
This month Steve Vogel, former news director, talk show host, and newspaper columnist, will discuss the unsolved November 1983 murders of a mother and her three young children in their Bloomington home. He will answer questions about the Hendricks Case and speak about his recently updated book Reasonable Doubt, his New York Times best-seller about the tragedy. This will be a condensed version of his in-depth program on Tuesday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m.
This program is free and open to the public and will be held in the Gov. Fifer Courtroom on the 2nd floor of the Museum. This program is sponsored by Illinois Wesleyan University and the McLean County Museum of History.