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Chicago's Public Enemy #1

Alphonse Capone, A.K.A. Scarface, A.K.A. Snorky, A.K.A. The Big Fella, A.K.A. Public Enemy Number One. Perhaps the world's most notorious gangster, Al Capone, and his blood-drenched bootlegging business are a permanent scar on the history of Chicago. To this day, Chicago is littered with evidence of the mobster's influence. Prepare for a chilling and wild ride as we delve into Prohibition era Chicago.

  • 1.

    A Classic Speakeasy

    A Classic Speakeasy

    The Green Door Tavern is a true Chicago speakeasy.

  • 2.

    Murders at a Church

    Murders at a Church

    The violence that occurred near The Holy Name Cathedral in Capone's Chicago

  • 3.

    Mobster's Paradise

    Mobster's Paradise

    The Exchequer Restaurant & Pub and other popular criminal hangouts in the era of Capone.

  • 4.

    Capone's Castle

    Capone's Castle

    The mobster's unassuming family home in Chicago.

  • 5.

    A Family Business

    A Family Business

    The famous Chicago restaurant run by Al Capone's sister

  • 6.

    Capone's Jazz Joint

    Capone's Jazz Joint

    Jazz, poetry, and secret tunnels at the Green Mill.

  • 7.

    The St. Valentines Day Massacre

    The St. Valentines Day Massacre

    The bloody event that scarred Chicago's history.

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