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The Hall-Mills Murde
The Hall-Mills Murders: A True Crime Investigation by Acclaimed Author Joe Pompeo
Cranbury Public Library

Thursday, Mar. 14, 6pm
Author, Joe Pompeo, of Blood & Ink: The Scandalous Jazz Age Double Murder That Hooked America on True Crime, will discuss his investigation of the infamous and sensational 1922 murders in New Brunswick, NJ. 

In 1922, the bodies of Reverand Edward Hall, a well-known clergyman, and Eleanor Mills, his church's choir singer, were found beneath a tree just outside of New Brunswick, New Jersey. Their bodies arranged in an intimate pose. This sensational New Jersey murder become the crime of the century, topping headlines in the 1920s and setting off America's lust for true crime stories. Pompeo's investigation into the murder and subsequent highly acclaimed book detail the twisted connections of religion, betrayal, and greed in this murderous love story.

Meeting Rooms 1&2

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