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California's Gold: Hidden Alcatraz
Wed, Jun 12th from 7:30PM
As usual Huell wasn't satisfied with the regular tour and went in search of the "Hidden Alcatraz". It got it's name from the Spanish word Alcatraces, or Bird Island and didn't see human inhabitants until the US Military took it over in the mid 1800s. During the Civil War it was used as a prison for Southern privateers. After the more modern prison was built in the 1930s, the old Civil War prison was covered over and virtually forgotten. Join Huell and Luis as they go under Alcatraz and discover the labyrinth of tunnels and caves that honeycomb "The Rock". The remnants of our state's rich history are finally uncovered in this very special tour. There is much more to Alcatraz than meets the eye.

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