Michigan’s Most Dangerous Women

The Rochester Hills Public Library presents “Michigan’s Most Dangerous Women” with author Tobin Buhk

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Michigan’s Most Dangerous Women

he Rochester Hills Public Library will host “Michigan’s Most Dangerous Women” with true-crime author Tobin Buhk on Tuesday, January 14 from 7:00-8:30 p.m. in the library’s Multipurpose Room. The program will explore some of the wildest women in the history of the Great Lakes State. Take a peek behind the walls of the old Detroit House of Corrections, Michigan’s only penal institution for women. Meet a serial poisoner who killed over a dozen people because she wanted to dress in black and attend the funerals. Discover a con artist knows as “Queen of the Underworld,” and find out why a wife used an ax to sever her marriage. Meet these and other wild and intriguing characters in this fascinating talk about a unique segment of Michigan history.

Buhk is a freelance author specializing in true crime stories. He is the author of several novels about past crimes. Registration is required for this program and open to library cardholders.

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