True crime writer to visit Alexandria
Frank F. Weber will speak about the circumstances that led to a book. He will also demonstrate a lie detector test.
ALEXANDRIA — True crime author and forensic psychologist Frank F. Weber will speak in Alexandria about writing true crime, forensic work, and his latest book, "Black and Blue."
"Black and Blue" is based on the murder of a police officer's 19-year-old fiancé in Minneapolis. Weber will speak about the circumstances that led to this book. He will also demonstrate a lie detector test.
Weber will speak at the Douglas County Library from 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23. He will also be at the library from 5-8 p.m. to answer questions about his work, to sign and sell his books, and to discuss the latest forensic tools.
Weber says that he performs psychological assessments in homicide, sexual assault and domestic abuse cases. He has profiled cold case homicides for the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and narrated an investigative show on the Oxygen channel.