Frances Glessner Lee is regarded as the mother of forensic science. During the 1940’s she hand-crafted meticulously detailed miniature death scenes, which she called the Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death, to aid police in honing their skills in crime scene investigation. In this special program YOU become the detective as audience members join Bill Tyre of the Glessner House Museum to unravel clues using descriptions, photographs and scene diagrams to determine – was it suicide, accidental death or murder? Pre-registration is recommended. Seats are limited. Walk-in registration at the door will be accepted if space allows. Suitable for ages 16+.
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