Saturday, November 1, 2014
Book Looks Into The Lives Of Sowell's Victims
Five years ago this week, the world learned of the violent deaths of 11 women at the hands of Anthony Sowell, when their remains were found in and around Sowell's house on Imperial Avenue in Cleveland's Mount Pleasant neighborhood.
This week, on the fifth anniversary of the discovery of the first of Sowell's victims, many family members gathered for the groundbreaking of a memorial to their loved ones at the site where the House of Horrors once stood.
Journalist and author Robert Sberna researched the case by looking into the lives of each of Sowell's victims, interviewing many family members. He also interviewed the killer himself.
Rob Sberna will appear at the Brunswick Library author's fair from 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM on November 15, 2014.