The story of the rise and fall of the infamous Chicago gangster Al Capone and the control he exhibited over the city during the prohibition years. Unusually, briefly covering the years after Capone was imprisoned. Written by
Col Needham <email@example.com>
The man who made the twenties roar! Now, after 45 years, his true story can be told!
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Did You Know?
Al Capone got the scar on his left cheek from a knife wound in the Harvard Inn on Coney Island in 1917 over an argument regarding a young lady which he made a comment to. Her brother Frank Gallucio was offended by Capone's remark made to his sister Lena, and demanded an apology.. the end result was Al Capone was slashed three times by Gallucio with a knife thus cutting his face. See more
Al Capone's scar was not caused by broken glass from a window but a knife wound in an argument between him and Frank Gallucio over a remark he made to Gallucio's sister Lena at the Harvard Inn on Coney Island in 1917. See more
There should be a law against women drinking.
Well, I think there is.
References The Fighting Buckaroo