I couldn’t help myself, I had to send out a press release announcing the opening of the Mob Museum in Las Vegas, because it includes a couple of videos narrated by myself and my friend Scott Gentle. Both videos were created by Northern Light Productions out of Massachusetts and are examples of what good video should be – from the visuals, to the editing, to the sound.

I had the good fortune to narrate a longer documentary produced by Northern Light Productions called “Weapons of Mass Disruption,” which tells the more than a little disturbing story of cyber warfare. The script was superb and such a pleasure to read.

Anyway, here is the release about the work we did for the Mob Museum. I can hardly wait until my April trip to Las Vegas so that I can check out the museum for myself.


“Mob Museum” Brings Voice Talents Terwilliger and Gentle Together

Today’s opening in downtown Las Vegas of the Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, brings together the Mob and the Law. It is also where voice talents Connie Terwilliger and Scott Gentle deliver inspired narration for two of the Museum’s key exhibits.

Produced by Northen Light Productions in Massachusettes, Gentle’s narration is featured on the “Bootleg Wars” video that supports what will likely be one of the most popular exhibits – the actual brick wall where the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre took place. Terwilliger’s voice is heard on “Web of Deceit” – a fascinating look at mob violence, corruption, conspiracy and murder.