Image courtesy of Fairfield Museum and Gallery
As part of History Week 2018, Fairfield Museum and Gallery will be hosting a special guest talk by true crime author and TV personality Amanda Howard who will discuss how the disappearance of 3 children on Australia Day 1966, changed the entire landscape of our country.
In this tale of the disappearance of 3 children Amanda explains how a country’s innocence was destroyed, with far-reaching repercussions of how we look at child abductions, including Daniel Morcombe and William Tyrell. She will also discuss Amber Alerts and the Milk Carton kids of America who, like the Beaumont’s, were grieved by an entire nation.
Amanda has written twelve books on true crime cases as well as eight fiction novels. She appears regularly on television regarding her criminology experience. Light refreshments provided.
When: Saturday 1 September, 7.30pm-9.00pm
Where: Fairfield Museum and Gallery, 634 The Horsley Dr, Smithfield
Cost: $27.50 (includes refreshments)
Bookings: are essential. Book via the button above.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9725 0190
Hosted by: Fairfield Museum and Gallery