Storage Battles: When storage units go into default in the ATL…

By Eddie Childs

A flurry of sparks flies, and a padlock is cut loose with a handheld circular saw. The locker’s rolling steel door thunders upward, and the group of bidders collected outside crowds closer, peering hopefully into the darkness. It’s a scene with all the trappings and theatrical value of a syndicated Geraldo Rivera special — except it happens over and over again, and each time, there exists a chance that Al Capone’s vault could be stocked with proverbial gold.

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