Wine & Lecture: When Monsters Walked San Diego's Streets: Three Unsolved Murders in 1931
The Coronado Historical Association invites you to the next lecture of our popular Wine & Lecture series. Richard Carrico, a well-known local historian, has a story to tell. Actually three tragically true stories of young women, one only a child, murdered in San Diego within four months of each other in 1931. San Diego’s sunny image as a beach town with quiet suburbs had a dark undercurrent of femicide. Join Richard Carrico as he discusses his new book, Monsters on the Loose, and examines the tragic murders of three such young women; Louise, Virginia, and Hazel. Over the course of the discussion, you may even find out if Richard has managed to solve one or more of these historic, true crime mysteries.
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