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Magic and Murder at the Candy Factor at the 3D Center of Art and Photography

Our pal and former NYSS presenter Chris Schneberger has his latest show opening at the 3D Center of Art & Photography in Portland this week. So if you find yourself in the Pacific Northwest in the next 6 weeks, make plans to see this narrative 3D mystery.

Chris is carving himself a unique place in 3D artistry with these engaging shows that combine a high level of technical skill along with an ability to create throroughly engrossing storylines.

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Thursday Sep. 13, 2007 - Sunday Oct. 28, 2007
3D Center's Stereo Theatre

Magic and Murder at the Candy Factory: The Story of Anna Sula
by Christopher Schneberger

Chicago in the Great Depression. One of the few treats people could afford was "penny candy." As a result, the National Candy Company was not only afloat, but able to hire.

Like many companies, National employed children for manual labor. An arrangement was made with a local orphanage to hire some girls to work in the factory. One of these girls was Anna Sula.

On the morning of April 20, 1932, Anna Sula was found brutally murdered in the basement of the factory.

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www.christopherschneberger.com

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