Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus welcomes guest speaker Judge John DeSanto, prosecutor on the Glensheen Murder cases and co-author of the book about the case, Will To Murder, Monday, Oct. 31, 3 p.m., Cambridge Campus Rm. G202.
This is a free event and the public is invited to attend. Will To Murder is a collaboration between former Duluth News-Tribune crime reporter Gail Feichtinger, Duluth Detective Gary Waller and St. Louis Co-Prosecutor John DeSanto that explores the Glensheen Mansion Murders.
Local lore claims that Elisabeth Congdon and her nurse were murdered Sunday, June 26, 1977 in the Congdon Mansion in Duluth, Minn. by Congdon’s adopted daughter, Marjorie Congdon LeRoy Caldwell Hagen, and her husband at the time, Roger Caldwell. Hagen was acquitted of these murders. The book delves into alternative scenarios, such as DNA testing which was not available at the time, and the investigative and legal procedures and complications after the murders, complete with photos and charts and an abbreviated Congdon family tree.
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Join co-author Judge John DeSanto as he discusses Will To Murder (cover shown), his collaborative book about the Glensheen murders in Duluth, Minn., Monday, Oct. 31, 3 p.m., at the Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus Rm. G202.