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George "Baby Face" Nelson

Baby Face Nelson had a five thousand dollar reward on his head, but there weren't very many takers. Nelson was the deadliest member of the Dillinger gang.

This is a genuine photo of a deceased John Dillinger, for some reason with two women in bathing suits leaning up against the glass to view him along with a crowd of men. Can only suppose it was a hot day at the morgue

This is a genuine photo of a deceased John Dillinger, for some reason with two women in bathing suits leaning up against the glass to view him along with a crowd of men. Can only suppose it was a hot day at the morgue

John Dillinger, Public Enemy #1

Gangster Down. John Dillinger was gunned down by the FBI in front of Chicago's Biograph Theater on July 1934 at the age of Public Enemy was wanted in the killing of ten men.

bonnie parker post mortem - Google Search // is this real?

This Friday, May marks the anniversary of the death of Bonnie and Clyde, when they were ambushed and gunned down on a rural…

Edward Joseph O'Hare, aka “Easy Eddie” was a lawyer in St. Louis and later in Chicago, where he began working with Al Capone, and later helped federal prosecutors convict Capone of tax evasion. In 1939, a week before Capone was released from Alcatraz, O'Hare was shot to death while driving.

Edward Joseph O'Hare, aka “Easy Eddie” (September 1893 – November was a lawyer in St. Louis and later in Chicago, where he began working with Al Capone, and later helped federal.

Charles "Lucky" Luciano - (Masseria, Luciano) Genovese Family Boss

Charles "Lucky" Luciano is recognized as being the creator of five different mafia crime families. He was the first boss of the Genovese crime family and created the National Crime Syndicate in the United States.

8 x 10 print of John Dillinger after he was killed leaving the Biograph theater 2433 North Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln Park in Chicago, Illinois.

8 x 10 print of John Dillinger after he was killed leaving the Biograph theater 2433 North Lincoln Avenue, Lincoln Park in Chicago, Illinois.

harles Dean O'Banion (July 8, 1892 – November 10, 1924) was an Irish-American mobster who was the main rival of Johnny Torrio and Al Capone during the brutal Chicago bootlegging wars of the 1920s. The newspapers of his day made him better known as Dion O'Banion, although he never went by that first name. He led the North Side Gang until he was murdered by Frankie Yale, John Scalise and Albert Anselmi in 1924.

Whacked: One Hundred Years of Murder and Mayhem in the Chicago Mob

Iceman "Ötzi´s" gear. http://www.vintagehikingdepot.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/otsisgear.jpg

Ötzi's 3,300BCE Gear List

Ötzi's Gear Image Copyright of South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology - www.it ---- + 59 tattoos !

Franzese also told Fatato that he put nail polish on his fingertips before a murder to avoid leaving fingerprints at the crime scene. Franzese also suggested wearing a hairnet during the murder so as to avoid leaving any hair strands at the crime scene. Finally, Franzese stressed the importance of properly dealing with the corpse. His procedure was to dismember the corpse in a kiddie pool, dry the severed body parts in a microwave oven, and then run the parts through garbage disposal.

By David Amoruso John “Sonny” Franzese is an old school gangster walking around in a world that has changed significantly since when he first started committi…

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