Murder at the Mütter™: Serial Killer
Join us for an afternoon of interactive activities and forensic investigation at
The College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
A series of murders has occurred across the city. Several bodies have been found, each displaying a similar cause of death. Is this coincidence, or is it the work of a serial killer? Murder at the Mütter™ dives into the minds of killers past and present. Participants will interact with investigators and forensic experts to experience the science of criminal investigation and solve the mystery.
The afternoon includes three hours of programming followed by a 50 minute cocktail reception and light hors d'oeuvres.
Participants must be 18 years of age or older.
Program will begin promptly at 2:30 pm.
Tickets: $40.00 ($30.00 for College Fellows and Friends of the Mütter)
Sponsored by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia In collaboration with Arcadia University, Association of Women in Forensic Science (AWIFS), Drexel University, Friends of Laurel Hill Cemetery, Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, Philadelphia University, The University of Pennsylvania, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and The Woodlands
This program is produced for the Philadelphia Science Festival.
All information contained on these promotional materials has been created for Murder at the Mütter™, a murder mystery / forensic science event at The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. This event, which is part of the 2014 Philadelphia Science Festival, consists of simulated murder and a series of interactive activities, exercises and forensic investigation. All characters and events appearing in this work are fictitious, and any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
Photo credit: "Gennaro Trompetta" from the series 'Perfect Vessels' ©2014 David Orr
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