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Al Capone with Jack Sharkey

Al Capone with Jack Sharkey

Joseph Bonanno - (Magaddino, Maranzano) Bonanno Family Boss 1931 - 1969

Joseph Bonanno - (Magaddino, Maranzano) Bonanno Family Boss 1931 - 1969

Brain Magazine - Page Pute - Bad Girls des années 30

Bad Girls des années 30

Brain Magazine - Page Pute - Bad Girls des années 30

Guiseppe Morello - Founder of the Morello crime family which later was taken over by Joe Masseria and it eventually became the Genovese family. Morello's said to be the first Italian organized crime family in the U.S.

Guiseppe Morello - Founder of the Morello crime family which later was taken over by Joe Masseria and it eventually became the Genovese family. Morello's said to be the first Italian organized crime family in the U.S.

Al Capone  fait fortune dans le trafic d'alcool de contrebande durant la prohibition dans les années 1920 à Chicago.

Al Capone fait fortune dans le trafic d'alcool de contrebande durant la prohibition dans les années 1920 à Chicago.

Gambino goon Carmine Agnello with his wife, Victoria Gotti, in their last photo together as a couple.

Gambino goon Carmine Agnello with his wife, Victoria Gotti, in their last photo together as a couple.

Original Mob Wife

Original Mob Wife

Al Capone in court, October 1931. (Chicago Tribune historical photo)

Al Capone in court, October 1931. (Chicago Tribune historical photo)

Fishing in Hawk’s Lake near Clarkson, Minnesota in 1971, Jim Hughes, 16, landed what he thought was a ‘really big, ugly fish.’ He dropped it after unhooking it when it said, ‘Hurts! Hurts!’ in a clear, deep voice. It then slid back into the lake. Pic taken by his brother, Bill Hughes, 19, who said he heard it too. Both claimed it had ‘man-like hands with fingers—and blue eyes.’ It scared the 'holy crap’ out of them.

Fishing in Hawk’s Lake near Clarkson, Minnesota in 1971, Jim Hughes, 16, landed what he thought was a ‘really big, ugly fish.’ He dropped it after unhooking it when it said, ‘Hurts! Hurts!’ in a clear, deep voice. It then slid back into the lake. Pic taken by his brother, Bill Hughes, 19, who said he heard it too. Both claimed it had ‘man-like hands with fingers—and blue eyes.’ It scared the 'holy crap’ out of them.

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