A story for the ages — an nDepth look at Murray Humphreys
Al Capone’s right-hand man lived in Norman?
It was a fact. And many locals knews that bit of history. Bit it wasn’t common knowledge.
And that’s the kind of story we love to tell on NewsOK.com.
I’ve written about our nDepth series in the past. It’s a type of story-telling that is very-much preferred in many parts of our newsroom.
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