Victims of a 1977 fire, which killed more than 160 people, will be memorialized at a northern Kentucky museum.
The Fort Thomas Military and Community Museum will set up storyboard posters about the lives of each of the 165 people who died in The Beverly Hills Supper Club blaze.
The project is a collaboration with two English classes at Northern Kentucky University.
The Supper Club caught fire May 28th, 1977, when an estimated 2,800 people were inside for a show.
The building had no fire alarms, and no sprinkler system.
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