Learn more about Bloody Bill Anderson in St Louis
From 02 June 2013 To 02 June 2013Address
Missouri History Museum, 5700 Lindell Blvd, St Louis, MO 63112
William 'Bloody Bill' Anderson was one of the deadliest and most infamous pro-Confederate guerrilla leaders of the American Civil War and some historians believe he was a savage psychopath.
Guests staying at St Louis hotels can decide what they think of him during a special event taking place at Missouri History Museum on June 2nd.
Entitled Bloody Bill Rides: Music and Tales of the Civil War, it will feature a documentary on the outlaw's life, music from the period and the chance to look round an exhibition detailing the conflict in general.
It promises to be fascinating for history enthusiasts and is completely free. There are also two chances to attend, as one begins at 1:00 p.m. and an identical rerun follows at 3:00 p.m. CDT.
The museum can be reached from the Millennium Hotel St Louis in just 12 minutes in a car, so a taxi there and back should not be prohibitively expensive.
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