For immediate release
Who Killed Lindbergh's Baby?' Film on Oct. 8 at the Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site
Visit the Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site for a free showing of "Who Killed Lindbergh's Baby?"
In 1932 the first-born son of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh was kidnapped and killed in what would become one of the most intriguing, grisly, and confounding crime mysteries of all time.
In this NOVA production, the case is reopened a team of expert investigators employ state-of-the-art forensic and behavior science techniques in an effort to determine what really happened to Lindbergh's baby and why.
This film is part of the Charles A. Lindbergh Historical Site's History Film Series. This is a free program offered monthly featuring films that focus on different periods in American history.
To explore more about the Lindbergh kidnapping, take a Gary Block Tour on Oct. 10 to see "Baby Case" a musical at the History Theatre in St. Paul about the Lindbergh kidnapping.
$10 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Friends of the Lindbergh Heritage.
About the Charles A. Lindbergh Historical Site
The Charles A. Lindbergh Historic Site tells the full scope of Lindbergh’s life, beginning with his boyhood along the Mississippi River in Little Falls. His childhood home and exhibits are part of the site, which is a National Historic Landmark operated by the Minnesota Historical Society. It is located across from Charles A. Lindbergh State Park, two miles south of Little Falls at 1620 Lindbergh Drive. Call 320-616-5421 for more information.
About the Minnesota Historical Society
The Society’s calendar of events is posted online at www.mnhs.org/calendar. The website also has information about all of the Society’s programs, museums and historic sites.
The Minnesota Historical Society is a non-profit educational and cultural institution established in 1849. The Society collects, preserves and tells the story of Minnesota’s past through museum exhibits, libraries and collections, historic sites, educational programs and book publishing. Using the power of history to transform lives, the Society preserves our past, shares our state’s stories and connects people with history.
The Minnesota Historical Society is supported in part by its Premier Partners: Xcel Energy and Explore Minnesota Tourism.