The Witch of Delray: Detroit's Infamous 1930's Murder Mystery on Tuesday, October 29th In Depression-era Detroit, tensions spilled into the investigation of a mysterious murder at the boardinghouse of Hungarian immigrant Rose Veres. Amid accusations of witchcraft, Rose and her son Bill were convicted of the brutal killing and suspected in a dozen more. Their cries of innocence went unheeded--until one lawyer, determined to seek justice, took on the case. Author Karen Dybis follows the twists and turns of the shocking story of Detroit's own Hex Woman.
WWII-In Their Own Words Presented by Larry Martin: Monday October 21st 6:30-8:00 pm
Larry Martin’s World War II–In Their Own Words is dedicated to bringing the stories of WWII to as many people as possible; to share with the world exactly what the heroes who fought for our freedom during the second World War did; and, to pay them tribute while educating everyone on the facts and the significance of this tragic and important event in our nation’s history. Prior to the program, from 5:30-6:30 p.m., come view Larry Martin's WWII memorabilia.