A fortune hunter searches for buried treasure in an Arizona silver mine but finds something he never expected. And a young boy learns how to hustle and survive in Brooklyn during a time when the mob ran the streets.
W.C. Jameson has searched for a recovered buried treasure across the world. But on a search in Arizona, he found something he never expected.
Find out more about W.C. Jameson’s work and adventures at his website.
Produced by Anna Sussman, original score by Leon Morimoto
Number One Boy
In Brooklyn, before it was hip, back in the days when Williamsburg was still rough and the mob ran Red Hook, this is where Lou Diaz learned how to hustle as a young boy. It was on these same streets that this hustle would be particularly handy in a totally different way than he ever expected.
Check out Lou’s book, Dancing with the Devil: Confessions of an Undercover Agent.
Produced by Julia Dewitt, original score by Renzo Gorrio
Artwork by Teo Ducot
Sound design by Pat Mesiti-Miller