FREEDOM HILLS – “Troop” would be proud. A few hundred folks from all over North Alabama came out to the world-famous Key Underwood’s Coon Dog Cemetery to celebrate the 75th anniversary, eat some barbecue, listen to music, and see some moonshiners get arrested.
Naturally, The Quad-Cities Daily was there to photograph the festivities.
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We hope that you find yourself in here!