Thursday, March 11 at 6:30 pm
During the 1930s, Cleveland was a city on the rise. Manufacturing and the steel industry attracted a growing population of laborers, wealthy Clevelanders supported civic and educational institutions, and the Great Lakes Exposition and the Republican National Convention opened in 1936. Against this backdrop of community growth and excitement, one of the most prolific and gruesome serial killers of all time brutally murdered at least thirteen people. Mazie Adams, Executive Director of the Cleveland Police Museum, will explore the crimes as well as the local law enforcement efforts to track down the killer. To register for this program, call the library at 440-944-6010. We will send you the Zoom link one hour prior to this event. Registration closes at 5:00 pm on March 10th.