The Chapel Hill Historical Society, located on the ground floor of the library, brings periodic talks and presentations about past places, events, and cultural milestones that make up our town’s unique character. Time of Death: The true tale of a quest for justice in 1960s Chapel Hill, a presentation by Nora Gaskin. Time of Death explores an unsolved murder in Chapel Hill. Lucille Rinaldi was found dead in an apartment on North Street in 1963. Her husband Frank was charged and tried in the case. In this talk, Gaskins examines the impact the crime had on the town, as well as the people intimately involved. It looks at the cultural and social factors that contributed to this search for justice.
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