Wed 9/18 @ 7:30PM
Unsolved murders and disappearances exert a powerful hold on us. We want answers! But sometimes there are none to be had.
Cleveland has had many such mysteries, its most famous unsolved murders being, of course, the so-called “torso” murders. One of its most famous disappearances was that of ten-year-old Beverly Potts (pictured) who, in 1951, vanished on her way home from a showagon performance at Halloran Park neat W. 117th and Lorain. No trace of her was ever found.
Cleveland history/crime writer Jane Ann Turzillo, author of books such as Wicked Women of Ohio and Ohio Train Disasters, as well as Unsolved Murders & Disappearances in North Ohio, will talk about these types of head-scratching cases at the Music Box Supper Club series, Cleveland Stories.
The club opens at 5pm for dinner including a $20 prix fixe three-course meal themed to the topic of the night; the program starts at 7:30. It’s free.