Coffee With Jeff #133: The Tale of Soapy Smith

30 mins - Published Sun, Aug 20, 2017 by Jeff Kelley

He was born Jefferson Randolph Smith II in Newnan, Georgia, on November 2, 1860 and he would be known as Soapy, on of the most notorious con men in the old west. From the Shell Game and Three-card Monte to a fake telegraph and investments, if there was a way to take advantage of people, Soapy was involved. Today I tell his story!

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