CSI Coming To Everett Library Saturday

September 14, 2016

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No there won’t be any actual dead bodies in the library but it may be about as close as one could get. This Saturday Dr. Carl Wigren will be at the downtown Everett library branch with a unique presentation. Here’s more…

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Dr. Carl Wigren photo courtesy Everett Library

Dig shows like CSI, Bones, and NCIS? Read a lot of mysteries and crime fiction? Now’s your chance to go behind the scenes with a real forensic pathologist as your guide!

Dr. Carl Wigren takes us deep into the world of autopsies and crime scenes at 2 p.m. Saturday, September 17 in the Everett Public Library Auditorium, 2702 Hoyt Avenue in Everett. There is no charge to attend.

Dr. Wigren’s humorous and frank presentation—using volunteers from the audience to participate in a mock crime scene and autopsy—will keep attendees on the edge of their seats and maybe even launch a medical career or two.

This informative and interactive presentation will:
· Detail what a forensic pathologist actually does
· Examine several “crime scenes,” using science to solve unexplained deaths
· Explain what happens during an autopsy

Dr. Carl Wigren is a licensed physician and board-certified in Anatomic Pathology and Forensic Pathology. As an avid scientist and former educator, he places high value on educational outreach to the local community.


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2 Responses to “CSI Coming To Everett Library Saturday”

  1. Bourne Says:

    Please check the City Council for brain consuming amoebas.

  2. anon Says:

    Great! Is it complete with B actors and a crappy soundtrack by The Who? Will it go on for way too long, well after everyone loses interest?

    Down the street, will the Navy put on their own NCIS skit? Will it become more popular? Probably.

    Everyone will then wish Gil Grissom would just come back and save the show one last time.