ST. VALENTINES DAY MASSACRE
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
The story of St. Valentines Day Massacre haunts.
Of course, everyone has heard
about the St. Valentines Day Massacre that took place in 1929 on 2212 North
Clark Street in Chicago, Illinois. On this day, February 14, 1929, a group of
Bugs Moranís gangsters was at this address awaiting a truckload of stolen
liquor. The men in the group were Al Weinshank, Reinhardt Schwimmer, Adam Heyer,
James Clark, Pete Gusenburg, Frank Gusenburg, and Johnny May. A police car
pulled up outside and five men crawled out of the car, three wearing police
officers uniforms. The men inside the garage were all lined up ready for the
arrest. These were not in reality police officers but some of Al Caponeís hit
men sent there to wipe out Bugs Moran and his gangsters. It could never be
proven that Al Capone had anything to do with the vicious murders.
Today, the history may only be found in books or
told by others, but the hauntingís have never ceased. People have heard on
several occasions, men talking, machine gun fire, eerie lights and mists, and
screaming. Al Capone, himself claimed he was haunted by Moran's brother-in-law,
James Clark. He even tried his best using a medium to send him to his final
resting place in 1931, but the hauntings never stopped even during his stay in
Alcatraz. As far as anyone knows, he was haunted until death.
An investigation is planned by the H.C.P.R.I.
paranormal investigators sometime during this year.
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