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Murders Most Foul Part II

An event poster for "Murders Most Foul," a true crime journey exploring early murders in Evansville in the 1800s, dated May 7th at the Browning Gallery.

May 7 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Browning Gallery (lower level)

Attendance for this Program is at Capacity

Step into the shadowy world of 1800s Evansville as we uncover the mysteries of true crime history. Join us for an evening of chilling tales and captivating stories in our upcoming event, ‘Murders Most Foul Part II’. Following the resounding success of last year’s program, we’re back with a new edition featuring fresh crimes and shocking narratives.

Led by Willard Public Library historian, Stan Schmitt, this immersive journey will transport you back in time to a period filled with intrigue, scandal, and unsolved mysteries. From notorious murders to hidden secrets, discover the darker side of Evansville’s past in the atmospheric setting of the Browning Gallery.

This event is free and open to all, but please note that it is intended for mature audiences. Reserve your spot now to secure your place in this unforgettable exploration of true crime history.

Registration (CLOSED): To reserve your spot, visit:

Note: Due to the mature content of the event, viewer discretion is advised.

Murders Most Foul Part II will be livestreaming on the Willard Public Library YouTube Channel as well as simulcasted into the Reading Room. Seating in the Reading Room is limited and will be first come, first serve.