True Crime Night: The Trial of the Century

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Informational Talk

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Registration for this event will close on June 17, 2024 @ 7:00pm.
There are 23 seats remaining.

Program Description


The world has always been into true crime, even over a century ago!

Join us for a thrilling true-crime night hosted by Megan Adams that dives into the sensational 1906 murder of New York City's renowned architect, Stanford White, by Pittsburgh's own millionaire playboy, Harry Thaw. Find out how local model/chorus girl Evelyn Nesbit was the impetus for this shocking crime. Free and open to adults. Registration is required. Please note that this event has been moved to the Fire Hall at 825 Poplar Street to accommodate the audience.

Megan Adams is a historian who has been moonlighting in healthcare for over a decade. Her favorite topics include Tudor and Elizabeth England, the French Revolution and Napoleon, and the Gilded Age. After having attended Thiel College and IUP, Megan has been an adjunct professor at both the Community College of Allegheny County and Thiel College. A Kittanning native, she now calls Natrona Heights home. 


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