The story of the FBI unfolds through the eyes of one of its agents. During his career he investigates gangsters, swindlers, the klu klux klan, Nazi agents and cold war spies. Written by
Col Needham <email@example.com>
You are crouched in a basement stairway opposite a theatre in Chicago. Keep your eyes on that FBI man across the street. He has set the trap for deadly public enemy, John Dillinger...
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Did You Know?
The character of Sam Crandall is loosely based on FBI agent Sam Cowley, who worked for Melvin Purvis
and was killed in a shootout with Baby Face Nelson
--who was also killed--in the Little Bohemia Raid of 1934 near Mercer, Wisconsin. See more
Charles "Pretty Boy" Floyd was caught at a farm, but did not die at the farm. Instead of trying to carjack the farmers, he had actually gotten out of a car after getting a lift from town. He spotted lawmen, fired and was wounded by a local sheriff. He got up and ran toward the tree line, at which point, sheriff's deputies, FBI agents led by Melvin Purvis and local police all opened fire and got him at the tree line. See more
John Michael Hardesty
Webster's International Dictionary defines murder as the unlawful taking of human life by another human being. On a November evening in 1955 the definition became obsolete. A mass murder was being planned.
Edited into La classe américaine
Music by Harry Warren
Played on the piano at the anniversary party See more