After the Wind 1996 Everest Tragedy Lecture

Website
Official Website
Event Start
6:30 PM  on  on Feb 16, 2016
Event End
8:00 PM  on  on Feb 16, 2016
Category
Arts & Culture

Near the top of Mount Everest, on 10 May 1996, eight climbers died. It was the most historic tragedy in the mountain's history. Lou Kasischke was there. Now he tells the harrowing story of what went wrong, as it has never been told before, including why the climbers were desperately late and out of time. His personal story tells about intense moments near the top. The moments that revealed the love story that saved his life.

Event Start
6:30 PM  on  on Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Event End
8:00 PM  on  on Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Categories
Arts & Culture
Location
Charlevoix Public Library

Near the top of Mount Everest, on 10 May 1996, eight climbers died. It was the most historic tragedy in the mountain's history. Lou Kasischke was there. Now he tells the harrowing story of what went wrong, as it has never been told before, including why the climbers were desperately late and out of time. His personal story tells about intense moments near the top. The moments that revealed the love story that saved his life.