The documentary about the Clarksburg serial killer is set at the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – The Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center and Clarksburg History Museum teamed up for a spooky documentary on Saturday afternoon.
Romeo has to hang: The Harry Powers documentary was shown in the theater and shows the life of serial killer Harry Powers and his “murder farm” in Quiet Dell.
Event participants wait for the documentary to begin at the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center.
After the show, the event participants could have questions and answers with the producers and directors of the show and drove to Quiet Dell, where the “murder farm” was located.
Clarksburg History Museum officials said with Halloween just around the corner, it was the perfect time for a spooky show.
“Today there is a lot of interest in true crime stories. We thought it would be a good idea to cover one of the earliest serial killers to live in the area, ”said Michael Spatafore, president of the Clarksburg History Museum.
Alongside everything, the Clarksburg History Museum also opened an exhibit on Saturday that shows the life of Harry Powers.