Historical Crime

Historical Crime

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John 'Junior' Gotti's Family - Where Are They Now? - NYPOST.com. Uncle Peter "One-Eyed Pete" Gotti, former boss of the Gambino family.

John 'Junior' Gotti's Family - Where Are They Now?


Al Capone

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Once known as the "Lord High Executioner" of Murder, Inc. and head of the Gambino Family, Albert Anastasia was one of the most feared bosses in the New York Mafia. Originally from Italy, he allegedly controlled a fierce racketeering business along the New York City waterfront for years.

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Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel, D.O.B. Feb 28, 1906-June 20, 1947 Early on making his money bootlegging during prohibition, he then moved to California to develop crime syndicates involved in gambling and the numbers racket. Notable mob hits include mob boss Joe Masseria. Death: Bugsy's death is an unsolved mystery, he was shot in the face with a .30 caliber military M1 rifle while sitting in his house.

Criminals of The Cosa Nostra


serial killers and psychopathy

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Carlo Gambino (1902 - 1976) Mafia boss, capo of the Gambino crime family headquartered in New York City

Carlo Gambino (1902 - 1976)


This photo of Louisa Houston, Morgan Earp’s wife, has never been published before appearing in Sherry Monahan’s new book, Mrs. Earp: Wives and Lovers of the Earp Brothers. The Dedicated Women Behind the Earp Men:

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Nathan Leopold (1904 - 1971) With his partner in crime, Richard Loeb, he murdered a fourteen-year-old boy in Chicago in 1924 in a thrill killing that led to one of the trials of the century, the case was dramatized in the movie "Compulsion" (Loeb was murdered in prison in 1936)

Nathan Leopold (1904 - 1971) - Find A Grave Photos


Johnny Ringo. A solitary gravesite on a private ranch in Southeastern Arizona; buried where he was found dead. The life of Johnny Ringo has taken on almost mythical status in the lore of the American Wild West.

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Doc Holiday is buried on a hill above Glenwood Hot Springs, Colorado. The marker at the foot was to deter grave robbers.

Doc Holliday, Died in Bed.


Stephanie St. Clair (1886–1969), also known as Madam Queen, was a female gang leader who ran numerous criminal enterprises in Harlem. She was partners with Bumpy Johnson, the notorious gangster.

Stephanie St. Clair aka Madame Queen


Mary "Poly" Ann Nichols (Jack the Ripper's first confirmed victim)

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This woman's name was Neerja Bhanot, and she was only 22 years old. She was posthumously awarded the Ashoka Chakra, India's highest gallantry award for bravery in the face of the enemy during peace time.

An awesome, selfless, human being…


The deaths of Bonnie & Clyde at the hands of the lawmen, killed in ambush 1934

The Bonnie & Clyde Picture Album - Page-2


Albert Francis Capone, also known as Sonny, was the son of Al Capone. Albert Francis Capone was born in New York on December 4, 1918 to parents Al Capone and Mae Coughlin. He was born with congenital syphilis, which his father had contracted years before. At the age of seven Albert developed a serious mastoiditis. Risky brain surgery was required. He survived, but was left partially deaf. In contrast to his father, Albert led a lawful life. Albert Francis died aged 85 in 2004 in Florida.

Albert Francis Capone


Kray Brothers (1965) by David Bailey © Camera Eye Ltd.

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Beulah Annan, a famous American Murderess of the 1920's - Inspired the musical, Chicago

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Before Bonnie fell in love with Clyde, there was Rose Dunn. 15 year old Rose met outlaw George "Bittercreek" Newcomb and fell in love. Rose knew how to rope, ride, & shoot, but was more famous for her beauty and gentle ways, and was nicknamed "Rose of Cimarron". While her lover robbed banks, Rose tended his gun wounds, until one day when George stopped in to see Rose, her brothers turned in George to the law who ambushed him at her door step. She retired from outlawry and married a politician.

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The man who killed Arch Duke Ferdinand and started WW I

Once Upon a Time in War


East End slum Street 1912 ~ The Whitechapel district of London at the end of the nineteenth century was generally regarded as being a ‘horrible black labyrinth, reeking from end to end and swarming with human vermin, whose trade is robbery and whose recreation is murder’.

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Sammy "The Bull" Gravano and John Gotti

John Gotti and Sam Garavano Mafia Boss Photo 11 x 14


June 6 1865 William Clarke Quantrill dies of wounds suffered in May...Quantrill was badly wounded in a skirmish with Union forces, and he died on this day in 1865. Since Quantrill's men were guerillas rather than legitimate soldiers, they were denied the general amnesty given to the Confederate army after the war ended. Some, like Frank and Jesse James, took this as an excuse to become criminals and bank robbers. Quantrill was 24 when he died.

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John Henry "Doc" Holliday

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In Cold Blood house where the Clutter family was murdered by Richard Hickock and Perry Smith in 1959

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