Updated: Prosecutor reveals mystery surrounding Congdon murdersJudge John DeSanto, former St. Louis County attorney, presents “The Glensheen Murders: Over 36 Years of Mystery & Intrigue.”
Judge John DeSanto, former St. Louis County attorney, presents “The Glensheen Murders: Over 36 Years of Mystery & Intrigue.”
DeSanto’s lecture conveys the very disturbing details of the Elisabeth Congdon and Velma Pietila murders. His presentation is based on the collaborative book entitled “Will to Murder: The True Story behind the Crimes and Trials Surrounding the Glensheen Killings,” which he wrote with former Duluth News Tribune columnist Gail Feichtinger and Duluth Police Detective Gary Waller.
If you want to discover more about the Glensheen murders, the book will be available for purchase after the presentation.
The event is held noon to 1 p.m. Thursday in the Ruth Maney Room at the St. Louis County Heritage & Arts Center, 506 W. Michigan St., Duluth.
Bring a bag lunch. Seating is first-come, first-served. Free. Arco coffee provided.