Every shred of evidence tells a story, and the evening will be chock full of info on how those stories are put together to make a case. We'll hear about the birth of US forensic science during the Prohibition Era, how a polygraph makes you tell on yourself, and what bones can say about a crime. Also, we'll have live music from renowned crime scene investigators LL Cool J and Ice-T. just kidding. Live Prohibition Era jazz will help us turn Frankford Hall into our own little speakeasy. So put on your windbreaker, grab a bunch of little sandwich bags for evidence, and learn how to really figure out who stole the cookie from the cookie jar.
Tickets available at door also. Doors open at 7PM