Beverly Hills Supper Club fire 28/05/1977
BEVERLY HILLS NIGHTCLUB
The Beverly Hills nightclub in Southgate, Kentucky, was destroyed in a disastrous fire in 1977 in which 165 people perished. The club had a colorful history.
HOW IT HAPPENED
RICHARD BRIGHT'S ANALYSIS
BEVERLY HILLS SUPPER CLUB FIRE
MAY 28, 1977
NFPA Case Study: Nightclub Fires
In the late evening hours of February 20, 2003, a fast-moving fire spread through
The Station nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island. At the time that the fire
began there were reportedly over 440 occupants in the club. This fire completely
destroyed the building and resulted in 100 fatalities and over 200 injuries,
becoming the fourth deadliest nightclub fire in U.S. history
Fire that claimed 165 lives is seared into memories
In a showroom packed with 1,300 patrons talking and sipping cocktails, Dana Stallings — a 21-year-old JC Penney clerk wearing her best dress — waited excitedly with her mother, two sisters and three other relatives for singer John Davidson to take the stage.
Enquirer archive: Beverly Hills Supper Club fire
The Beverly Hills Supper Club fire revisited
The Beverly Hills Supper Club was located in Southgate, Kentucky, just across the Ohio River from Cincinnati. On the evening of May 28,1977 a deadly fire broke out in the club and by dawn the next morning, 165 people had lost their lives and another 200 had been injured.
Beverly Hills Supper Club Fire
Historical Marker #2237 in Southgate, Kentucky, marks the site of the former Beverly Hills Supper Club, where 165 people died and the building was destroyed by a fire on May 28, 1977.