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    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Prohibition; Mafia;
    • Lisa Vicars' transcribed account of rumors she heard about Al Capone as a child in Clinton, Indiana. Capone was rumored to have stopped in Clinton, Indiana, frequently for bootlegged alcohol.
    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Prohibition; Abortions; Mafia;
    • Lisa Vicars' transcribed interview of Hannah Glover about rumors of Al Capone and Rumrunners in Clinton, Indiana. It was rumored that Al Capone brought his girls to a woman in Clinton in order to get abortions.
    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Prohibition; Mafia;
    • Grant Thurn's transcribed interview of Rebecca Thurn about Al Capone. It was rumored that Capone had a house near Mattoon, Illinois, because it was isolated and would make a good hide-out. There were also rumors about drains in the floorboards of...
    • Al Capone

    • Prohibition; Legends; People; Alcohol; Criminals; Mafia;
    • James Slaven's transcribed interview of Morgan Kyle about Al Capone. According to Kyle, Capone was the most influential bootlegger of the era. There were many small-time bootleggers, but they all answered to Capone.
    • Al Capone

    • Criminals; Hiding; Underground railroad; Illinois; Bread & soup lines; Prohibition;
    • Barbara Vlahos's transcribed interview of Missy Smith's about three different stories. The first story is about Al Capone. According to Smith, Capone had a house in Skylar County, Illinois, and he ran liquor through there as a bootlegger. The...
    • Al Capone

    • Prohibition; Legends; People; Alcohol; Criminals; Mafia;
    • Cathey Gutzweiler's transcribed interview of Daniel Gutzweiler about Al Capone. According to Gutzweiler, his grandfather had a run-in with a man who worked for Capone.
    • Al Capone

    • Prohibition; Criminals; Lawyers; Pilots; Airports; Airplanes; Chicago; Heroes; World War, 1939-1945; Medal of Honor; Medals;
    • Ryan M. Procise's transcribed interview of Michael Edward Telley about "Easy Eddie", who was Al Capone's lawyer, and Butch O'Hare, who was a hero in World War II. Easy Eddie was Capone's lawyer who later testified against him and was murdered....

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