Murder at the Mutter™: Outbreak!
Join us for an evening of interactive activities and forensic investigation at The
College of Physicians. Someone has been attacked at the Mütter Museum
and investigators believe that a dangerous pathogen may have been
released. Is there a virus on the loose, or is something more sinister
going on? The race is on to locate the source of the outbreak and
the cause of the violence. Participants will interact with experts ranging
from emergency management professionals to forensic
scientists to experience the science of criminal investigation and solve
Price: $50 21+ Event
19 S. 22nd Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19103
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