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Hunt For The Last Public Enemy In Northeastern Ohio The Alvin Creepy Karpis And His Road To Alcatraz

Hunt For The Last Public Enemy In Northeastern Ohio The Alvin Creepy Karpis And His Road To Alcatraz

The last Public Enemy No. 1 of the Depression era, Alvin "Creepy" Karpis reportedly compiled a record of fifty-four aliases, fifteen bank robberies, fourteen murders, three jailbreaks and two kidnappings. Roaming the country to evade capture (or worse), Karpis regularly hid out in northeastern Ohio,

ISBN10 : 9781467138208 , ISBN13 : 1467138207

Page Number : 128

The Alvin Karpis Story

The Alvin Karpis Story

"Alvin Karpis was released from prison in December, 1968, on extradition parole to Canada, having served thirty-three years of a life sentence he received for the kidnapping of William Hamm, Jr., of the Hamm Breweries in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Over a period of a year, Karpis (with co-author Bill Tren

ISBN10 : 4871873331 , ISBN13 : 9784871873338

Page Number : 256

Chasing Dillinger

Chasing Dillinger

"Finally a full-length biography of Indiana State Police Captain Matt Leach has been written. In the war on crime of the early 1930s Leach and Melvin Purvis, Special-Agent-in-Charge of the Chicago FBI office, became famous in the hunt for Public Enemy No. 1, John Dillinger, and became rivals of FBI

ISBN10 : 9781476674650 , ISBN13 : 1476674655

Page Number : 225

The Barker Karpis Gang

The Barker Karpis Gang

The Barker-Karpis gang was one of the Depression Era's most ruthless, operated throughout the Midwestern U.S. from Missouri into the Dakotas. They were largely unnoticed as the public's attention was fixed upon the more familiar "celebrity" gangsters of the day such as the Barrow gang, John Dillinge

ISBN10 : 1945172789 , ISBN13 : 9781945172786

Page Number : 402

Alcatraz

Alcatraz

Jack Folly's book questions all the certainties of the life of this society in global terms, highlighting how some values have been sacrificed in favour of the interest of the ruling class in maintaining control over the population and its human functions, also recalling that nothing is lost and tha

ISBN10 : 1077448074 , ISBN13 : 9781077448070

Page Number : 174

Screen Society

Screen Society

Screens have been with us since the eighteenth century, though we became accustomed to staring at them only after the appearance of film and television in the twentieth century. But there was nothing in film or TV that prepared us for the revolution wrought by the combination of screens and the inte

ISBN10 : 9783319681641 , ISBN13 : 3319681648

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Ma Barker In Ocklawaha

Ma Barker In Ocklawaha

Ma Barker & her four Boys were the most notorious family of the 1930s. The excitement of the Great Depression gangsters of the 1930's was coming to an end. Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were shot to death by police officers near Bienville Parish, Louisiana. on May 23, 1934. John Dillinger was shot

ISBN10 : 9781387215218 , ISBN13 : 1387215213

Page Number : 118