German Uncovers Site of Fatal Crash of World War II Pilot from Murray County, Georgia

Posted by admin on May 24, 2012

Herman McDaniel grew up in Murray County, Ga., and is an expert on its history. For the past eight years, he’s run the Murray County Museum, which only exists online and has “Heritage in Cyberspace” as its motto.

So McDaniel knew a few facts about Capt. William Granville Hargis, a Murray County pilot who died during World War II when his fighter plane got shot down north of Frankfurt, Germany.

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