Each month, Eric Ulis (History Channel, Discovery Channel, CooperCon) presents a fun and informative event that leverages his many years of investigative and research experience.
Along with the audience, Eric dives into the evidence in each case and attempts to provide answers to these great crime mysteries.
In the early morning hours of March 18, 1990, at least two thieves robbed the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, in Boston, of 13 pieces of art that included masterpieces from Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Manet.
With a value today totaling between $500 million and $1 billion, the Gardner Museum heist is the biggest property theft ever.
There is currently a $10 million reward for the return of the artwork. However, after 32 years, not a single piece has ever been recovered.
This month we dive into the evidence, suspects, and theories that may help explain where the missing Gardner Museum artwork is today.
|Wed, 2/2/22||6:30 PM|