From the Tuesday, February 9, Post & Courier:
“MONCKS CORNER – Archaeologists believe they’ve found the remnants of illegal liquor stills in the Francis Marion National Forest from the mid-1920s that belonged to a man who worked with famous gangster Al Capone to run moonshine out of South Carolina.
And while curious Lowcountry residents know a lot about moonshining history in Berkeley County, not a lot has been documented. So a group of archaeologists is working to fix that by putting together a puzzle of charcoal and pieces of metal found in the forest.”
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If you’re not a P&C subscriber, you’ll hit a pay wall. BUT HERE’S THE GOOD NEWS! Katherine Parker, pictured above, is our DIHS Speaker next Tuesday, February 16. The meeting will be conducted on the Zoom platform and we’ll distribute the login information in the next few days.