Betsy Aardsma • July 11, 1947 - November 28, 1969
Now it can be told: Click the cover to find out how you can read the best-selling book about the Aardsma investigation: "Who Killed Betsy? Uncovering Penn State University's Most Notorious Unsolved Crime."
"Who Killed Betsy" discusses every angle of the Aardsma case -- inextricably intertwined with the 1960s and Penn State University's culture at the time. Based on years of original research, the book finally provides the most important new information about the case in 44 years -- the name of one of the most likely suspects, Richard Charles Haefner, which was uncovered by the author and a research partner, Sascha Skucek.
A feature-length film about the Aardsma murder directed by Tommy Davis will be shown at a feedback screening at the State Theater in State College on Sunday, January 19th, 2014. Read more about it or view the trailer at the film's website.Ticket purchasing and more information are available at the State Theater website. These links will open in new windows. The film is not based on the book, and is not directly affiliated with Whokilledbetsy.org, but the author and a number of other individuals were interviewed for the film.
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