Bruce Mowday, the Chester County author of more than 15 books on history, sports, business and true crime, has been invited to give a number of talks about local history and even paranormal mysteries associated with Gettysburg, and the community is invited.
Mowday will take a unique look at the Battle of the Brandywine during a Feb. 21 talk before the Delaware chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. He’ll explore why the battle has not received the notoriety it deserves over the years.
The Chris Sanderson Museum in Chadds Ford will host Mowday for Wine and Sign events at 5 p.m. March 27 and Nov. 6, and Mowday will appear at another signing during A Day in Historic Goshenville on June 6.
Also scheduled are three talks on Mowday’s book Jailing The Johnston Gang: Bringing Serial Murderers To Justice.
“The most unusual talk for me will be the one at the General Warren Inne, Malvern, on April 29,” Mowday said. “The title of the talk is Paranormal Mysteries and History of Gettysburg. I’ll talk about my book Pickett’s Charge: The Untold Story and the research I did at Gettysburg. Carol Starr and the Chester County Institute of Paranormal Research will present results of its investigations. I’ll also add some of my strange experiences at Gettysburg.”