December 24. 1932:  Fishermen on Cape Cod were dragging for cases of liquor dumped overboard off the Cape by a rum-runner who was believed to have a struck a rock and jettisoned the load to save his boat, hoping to get it another night. Most of the cargoes were marked, such as the stringing of many cases to a rope, which, if picked up, lead to the main part of the cache. News traveled fast if a fisherman ran across the cache and marine traffic increased as others try to find the haul.