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Are you a fan of Making a Murderer? Do you want to hear both sides of the case? If so come to the talk at the Rock Springs Library Febuary 9th at 6:30. Michael Griesbach who wrote a book about the case and the mini series Making a Murderer, "Indefensible: The Missing Truth about Steven Avery, Teresa Halbach, and Making a Murderer."
Michael Griesbach is a veteran prosecutor in Manitowoc County Wisconsin where the events recounted in his book occurred. He wrote "Indefensible: The Missing Truth about Steven Avery, Teresa Halbach, and Making a Murderer" as a gripping true crime novel, but also as a challenge to the system.
Chad Lewis is a paranormal researcher and author for Unexplained Research. Chad holds a Master's of Science degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Chad had trekked across the world in search of the paranormal. From tracking vampires in Transylvania and chasing the Chupacabras in Puerto Rico, to searching for the elusive monster in Loch Ness, and pursuing ghosts in Ireland's castles, Chad brings over 18 years of research experience to his presentations.
Chad has been featured in hundreds of radio interviews, TV appearances, and newspaper articles. Chad is also the co-author of the Road Guide to Haunted Locations book series.
Come join us for a night of history! We have Paul Wolter coming from the Sauk County Historical Society to do a talk on Rock Springs/ Ableman history. This is a part 2 of his history talk. Wolter has done other historical talks around the area, in Reedsburg, Lake Delton, Baraboo, and Spring Green. Any Questions about the event please call the library at 608-522-5050
Author Jack Mitchell, who developed National Public Radio's All Things Considered before becoming the head of Wisconsin Public Radio, centers this public broadcasting history around the implementation of the "Wisconsin Idea" philosophy that drove its development and still sets its course. Along the way, Mitchell introduces readers to the personalities and philosophies, funding challenges and legislation, and original programming and pioneering technology that gave us public broadcasting.