Mad about murder? Crazy about carnage? Does the thought of Ted Bundys tirades give you the tingles? True crime fans, serial killer buffs and murderabilia collectors take heed. Birdy's Bar & Grill in Indianapolis will house a homage to famous murders and murderers throughout the world on May 28th, 2011. They are calling it The Crime Scene.

The brain child of Matthew Aaron, Joe Hiles and John Borowski, The Crime Scene offers a look at murder and menace from a different perspective. The serial killer art on display from the collections of Joe Hiles and Matthew Aaron will surprise and terrify you. Examine the art of John Gacy, Charles Manson and Richard Ramirez. Study the photos taken by Joel Rifkin before his deadly crime spree. This unique opportunity to learn serial killers from the inside out goes beyond any media headlines you've ever read.

Wander over to see the first ever screening of John Borowski's newest documentary Panzram: The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance, the story of notorious killer Carl Panzram. Borowski's previous documentaries include H.H. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer and Albert Fish: In Sin He Found Salvation. The Film Murderabilia will also be played with it's producers Michael Usry and Ryan Roy on hand.

Meet Joe Hiles of Serial Killer Central and marvel at his murderabilia collection. Check out his book on penpal Roy Norris and get a glimpse of this infamous killer from Joe's point of view. Rich Hillen, the creator of the Serial Killer Coloring Book will also be on hand with his ingenious serial killer depictions.

Listen to serial killer inspired music from Endiana and MG &The Gas City Three while you peruse artifacts and evidence from the worlds most noteable crimes. This event is easily the big daddy of true crime events this year.

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