Alcatraz East Crime Museum to host 9/11 Forensic Talk, Graffiti Art Contest and unveil new exhibit | News

PIGEON FORGE — Identifying human remains following a tragic event isn’t something most people want to do, but it’s necessary for identifying victims.

Following the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center, a team of forensic experts was assembled to identify human remains pulled from the rubble. Arthur Bohanan, who was part of that expert team, will share his experience and personal feelings at Alcatraz East Crime Museum. The talk will be held on Sept. 11, 2022, and it is included in the museum admission fee. In addition to the talk, the museum has a new temporary 9/11 exhibit they are highlighting alongside the permanent 9/11 theater and display.