Murder Tonight

There’s going to be a great presentation tonight at the Golden History Center.  The speaker, Dennis Potter, is a retired Captain of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department and current criminal justice professor.  He’s has presented several fascinating topics at the museum in the past, including the world’s first serial killer and the kidnapping and murder of Adolph Coors III.  He’s a good story-teller and always has a riveting tale to tell.

Tonight’s topic is Murder on Seminole Road: Golden’s “Bonnie and Clyde.”  On September 16, 1959, the body of a Denver playboy was found in a shallow grave on the bank of Clear Creek. The culprits? Golden’s “Bonnie & Clyde”. This pair of evildoers relished their final days of freedom.

The talk will run from 6-8PM.  Tickets are $10 for museum members and $15 for non-members.  This event contains graphic material and may not be suitable for children.  Learn more and buy tickets….

Tonight’s DIY Lab at the Library is focusing on their Silhouette Cutter.  If you’ve been intrigued by these cool machines, stop by the library between 5:30 and 7:30 to learn how to use a one with paper and see what you can make.