|Cold Spring Library Presents: Secrets of the Glensheen Mansion with Joe Kimball!|
Event Type: Legacy Event|
Age Group(s): Adults, Seniors, Teens
Start Time: 6:30 PM
End Time: 7:30 PM
Joe Kimball will talk about his book, Secrets of the Congdon Mansion, a first-hand account of the infamous Congdon murders in Duluth. The mansion, known as Glensheen, has become a popular tour site on the shores of Lake Superior, but the guides won't tell you much about the case. It was one of Minnesota's most publicized and sensational murder trials and Joe had a front-row seat, covering it from start to finish as a reporter for the Star Tribune. This event will be held at District Education Facility in Cold Spring. Cosponsored by the Cold Spring Area Historical Society and the Cold Spring Friends of the Library. For adults. No limit. No registration required.Library: Great River Regional Library - Cold Spring Map
This event is funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.Presenter: Joe Kimball
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