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John Dillinger, Crown Hill Cemetery
John Dillinger, Crown Hill Cemetery

Dillinger was a bank robber, known in the newspapers as a "Robin Hood" styled criminal until the killing of a sheriff during a jailbreak put him on the FBI's Most Wanted list. Born: June 22, 1903 Killed: July 22, 1934 (age 31)

John Dillinger
John Dillinger
Al Capone Gravestone
Al Capone Gravestone

Al Capone (1899-1947) Mount Carmel Cemetery Hillside, Illinois Born: January 17, 1899 in Brooklyn, NY Died: January 25, 1947 in Palm Island, Miami Beach, FL One of the most notorious in gangland history, Capone made a fortune bootlegging, in prostitution and gambling rackets. He orchestrated countless murders of rivals, disloyal colleagues and those who wouldn't go along with his criminal activities.

Al Capone and attorney Michael Ahern
Al Capone and attorney Michael Ahern
Shel Silverstein Grave
Shel Silverstein Grave

Westlawn Cemetery, Norridge, IL Writer, poet,singer and adult humorist, Silverstein was known best for his children's books Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic.

Shel Silverstein with Guitar
Shel Silverstein with Guitar

Silverstein had several novelty hits, but his biggest hit was sung by Johnny Cash, "A Boy Named Sue".