Monday, June 29, 2015

Al Capone's Car Buried on Scottish Estate

The Scotsman
28 June 2015


A SCOTTISH mansion where American gangster Al Calpone’s [sic] car is purported to be hidden is on the market for almost £1 million.

It is believed the 1920s motor is buried somewhere in the grounds of The Ley in Innerleithen, Peeblesshire.

The estate, which has been put up for sale for £925,000, was once owned by a Scot, William Crockett Miller-Thomas, who was a friend of Capone, and sold bootleg whisky to him during prohibition across the Atlantic. […]