Could we have a perp walk on Tryon Street? The crime that hit the spotlight when the Arts & Science Council's president was hauled away from the ASC's campaign kickoff event is about to be solved.
The clues to the murder mystery have been scattered around uptown for two weeks. They'll all be tied together when the saga ends where it began -- the Mint Museum Uptown -- at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 14.
It's the big finish of "The Lady of Charlotte," a story that unfolds in installments at 10 bus kiosks across uptown. When the final pages are unveiled Tuesday in the breezeway alongside the Mint, readers will learn not only who's the killer who left behind the bloody corpse found at the Mint, but who cooked up the tale.
Despite what we've always heard about crime not paying, this one actually will: The ASC, which sponsored the killing -- I mean, the story -- will have a prize drawing for people who went onto its Facebook page and submitted guesses at the solution. The prizes include a CarolinaTix gift card worth $100. You still have time to weigh in.