The Alfred M. Hubbard story - what little we know of it - is one of the strangest, most mysterious tales of cloak-and-dagger intrigue, skullduggery and adventure I've heard. And of course, he's a good Kentucky boy.
(As if all of this isn't a highly bizarre and improbable-sounding life story already, just wait, it gets weirder...)
What I haven't been able to determine is exactly where in Kentucky Mr. Hubbard was from. Anyone got a clue?
(Thanks to Todd Brendan Fahey, for his seminal research on 'Captain' Al Hubbard"!)