How Did Jack McGurn Get Killed? – Death Photos

Jack McGurn was famous for his involvement in the St Valentine’s Day massacre, and I guess you could say that he was the one that got the ball rolling. He approached Al Capone in 1929 after surviving a failed hit on his life, which was ordered by North Side Gang boss Bugs Moran. McGurn who was working for the Chicago Outfit as a lieutenant at the time, and got Al Capone’s financial backing and he orchestrated…


John Dillinger

        Also Knows As: John Herbert Dillinger Born: Wednesday June 22nd 1903 Died: Friday July 22nd 1934 Age: 31 Cause of Death: Gunshot wounds Crime Family Association:  N/A               Public Enemy Number 1 The Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, states on their website that gangster John Dillinger was one of the most dangerous criminals of all time. Even through Dillinger has been dead since 1934, he still tops the list because of the era he…




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Up for grabs in our Christmas giveaway for 2014 are two chances to win a JAM Classic Wireless Bluetooth speaker, and all you need to do to enter is follow the steps below. Two lucky winners will be picked out on Monday, December 15.


How Did Frank Nitti Get Killed? – Death Photos

Frank Nitti was the one of Al Capone’s top henchmen, known as The Enforcer who was in charge of all strong-arm and muscle operations for the Chicago Outfit, and later the front-man following Al Capone’s prison sentence. On December 19, 1932, a team of Chicago police, headed by Detective Sergeants Harry Lang and Harry Miller, raided Nitti’s office in Room 554, at 221 N. LaSalle Street in Chicago. Lang shot Nitti three times in the…


The NCS Family

“It takes many steppingstones, you know, for a man to rise. None can do it unaided” The NCS first opened its books in 2014 and since then the family has grown to include members from all walks of life, from different countries in the World. On the team we have Former Law Enforcement, Mafia Historians, Authors and Mob Enthusiasts. Our team spans the globe with members from England, United States, Ireland, Netherlands, Latvia, and the…


The Roaring Twenties Mobster Slang

The roaring 20’s was an age where Prohibition was enforced across the US bringing radical social and political changes. The Jazz age had touched down in the aftermath of World War I and mobsters saw there was plenty of money to be made in the bootlegging of alcohol across the country, in a decade that would see an economic boom as the US entered the age of consumerism. Technology has come on leaps and bounds…