A "No-Tell Motel" From Memphis' Past 

By all accounts, Bob Berryman was a shady character. A rather notorious gambler and bootlegger, he served eight years in prison for murdering a bouncer at a downtown nightclub. Even so, his name brings back fond memories for many Memphians, for he was the owner and operator of the Silver Slipper ...

Read more about one of Memphis' first "no-tell motels" at Vance Lauderdale's blog.

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