Ummm . . .
Maybe that before World War I, a large portion of land that makes up part of Lake Barrington was owned by the Criswells who were in the confectionery business?
Or that Bartlett properties, bought from the Criswells' for $500 an acre, are responsible for bringing the deer population back to these parts? Deer were raised on the land and exchanged with neighboring villages for breeding and were also given to the surrounding park districts.
Or are there even some better-kept secrets than those?... more