Presentation by George Robson
Join us for a free presentation about a largely forgotten episode in Michigan history. On May 18, 1927, a series of attacks were perpetrated in Bath Township, Michigan, killing 45 people, including the perpetrator, Andrew Kehoe. Most of the victims were children.
George Robson, whose parents both survived the attack, will vividly tell the whole story of this atrocity. Presentation will be followed by a Q & A session and light reception. No tickets required.