“Arizona’s Unsolved Mysteries” AZ Speaks Program At PV Public Library
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10 August 2017
  James F Black III
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Author Jane Eppinga Visits Prescott Valley Public Library

PRESCOTT VALLEY AZ – We are intrigued by unsolved mysteries, because it would seem almost impossible for anyone to totally vanish from the face of the earth at any time. This is especially true in our day and age when a host of computer data tracks everyone; yet bodies do disappear with astonishing frequency. In some cases it may be presumed that people wished to disappear, but then why?

Even more unsettling is the realization that certain people may have gotten away with the perfect crime. Whether the unsolved mystery is more than a hundred years old or recent does not seem to make much difference. Perhaps the most enduring quality of an unsolved mystery is that it continues to haunt us.

Join us at the Prescott Valley Public Library as author, Jane Eppinga, shares multiple stories of disappearances, murders and unsolved cases from the annals of Arizona history!

Jane Eppinga is an author and member of Southern Arizona Authors, National Federation of Press Women, Society of Woman Geographers, Southwestern Watercolor Guild, Arizona Historical Society, Pimeria Alta Historical Society, Superstition

IF YOU GO:

DATE: Saturday September 9th

Time: 1:00pm-2:00pm

Location: Prescott Valley Public Library (7401 E. Civic Circle) Auditorium

Cost: FREE—No registration required

Questions: call 928-759-3040.

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