When a New York couple was told their over 100-year-old home was built by a notorious bootlegger, they passed it off as small-town legend.
But they found more than 66 bottles of whiskey from the Prohibition era hidden within the walls and floorboards. https://t.co/2CR7HkxT1x
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A New York couple found 66 bottles of Prohibition-era whiskey in the walls and floorboards of their century-old home that was reportedly built by a bootlegger, CNN reported.
Nick Drummond and Patrick Bakker discovered the Scottish whiskey labeled “Old Smuggler Gaelic” in their Ames home, roughly three hours from New York City. While Drummond was removing outside skirting in a room attached to the house in October, an unknown package fell out.