Michael J. Bielawa Wicked New Haven

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Since its founding in 1638, the bustling Connecticut metropolis of New Haven has been plagued by all manner of sin and scandal. Stories of grave robbers and madmen in lighthouses are only a sliver of the Elm City's darker side. Author and historian Michael J. Bielawa chronicles the city's historic tales of pirates, mysteries and unusual deaths. Learn about Yale hauntings and Town and Gown riots, the Red Pirate William Delaney and the mysterious labor activist Frank Sokolowsky, whose strange murder in 1920 may have been at the hands of a jealous wife or part of a political plot. Discover the overzealous Wakemanites whose Christmas Eve exorcism led to the brutal murder of a man they believed possessed. Join Bielawa if you dare to peer into the shadowy corners of New Haven's wicked history.

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Historian Michael J. Bielawa has authored several regional histories and lectured on behalf of the National Endowment for the Arts in Baton Rouge. He is a moderator for the Connecticut Humanities Council's Literature for a Lifetime discussion series and has served as a guest curator to the Barnum Museum.

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