Join Thomas Jones, an attorney, and his wife, Linda Jones, a professor, as they lead a discussion on how modern forensics applied to old crime cases could help determine what happened. The event will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, July 23. Famous historic crimes, both unsolved and possibly incorrectly solved, will be re-examined. Did Lizzy Borden really do it? Come to give this, and other famous cases, a new look through the eye of modern forensics.

This special Literary Elements Adult Summer Reading Program event is free and no registration is required. Visit

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