Welcome to Uncle Frank’s Place

Frank Costello

Welcome to Uncle Frank’s Place, a little corner of the National Crime Syndicate, dedicated to the life and times of racketeer, Frank Costello.

From the late 1930’s, through the 1950’s, a time known as the Mob’s “golden era,” Frank Costello was the king of New York City. A key architect in the birth of the modern Mob, Frank rubbed shoulders with everyone from Hollywood stars to presidents, and he came to be known as, “the Prime Minister of the Underworld.”

Here you will find everything you need to know about one of the most colorful, and fascinating characters in American history, Uncle Frank.

Thanks for dropping in,
Casey McBride
Curator at Uncle Frank’s Place

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Casey McBride
Lead editor at the NCS, Casey was the first blogger to set foot in the Social Club, and is the curator at Uncle Frank's Place, that little corner of the NCS dedicated to the discussion and preservation of the life and times of racketeer Frank Costello. Casey's philosophy is to specialize. "There is simply too much information for one person to know it all." he claims. "That's the beauty of the NCS. We have folks from all walks of life, all with different interests and expertise, and it's growing all the time."