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New Temporary Exhibit Memorializes Nicole Brown Simpson, Highlights Domestic Violence

Murdered 25 years ago this June, Nicole Brown Simpson would have celebrated her 60th birthday on May 19, 2019. In her memory, Alcatraz East Crime Museum is turning the focus on domestic violence, offering a temporary exhibit dedicated to who Nicole was as a daughter, sister, and mother, and the devastating impact of domestic violence. The […]

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Ted Bundy Display Planned for 30-Year Execution Anniversary

Alcatraz East Crime Museum will have a Ted Bundy display for the 30th anniversary of the serial killer’s execution January 24, 2019 will be the 30th anniversary of the execution of one of the most well-known serial killers and rapists of the 20th century, Ted Bundy. There are several events taking place over the anniversary, including new items […]

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Life in the Fast Lane @ Alcatraz East Crime Museum

Every year people visit car shows, both near their home, and even states away. The country has a fascination with both old and new models, and car shows give auto enthusiasts a way to see a variety of vehicles all at one time. It also gives them the up-close “look under the hood” experience they […]

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Crime Museum: Surveillance Van and Overlooked Gems at Alcatraz East

Pigeon Forge, TN. There’s a new artifact on display at Alcatraz East, but since its focus is on undercover work it might be hard to spot. The crime museum in Pigeon Forge is giving visitors a look inside the workings of law enforcement surveillance, with a van formerly used by the U.S. Food and Drug […]

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Nepal’s Quake-Damaged Museums Re-Open Thanks to Cultural Agency

New York, N.Y. More than a year since the devastating earthquakes that struck Nepal in April and May 2015, through the combined work of the United Nations cultural agency and its partners, some of the country’s notable museums and institutions, including the National Museum, and the National Art Gallery are once again open and visitors […]

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