In the Media — 17 January 2013

Photo courtesy of Chilled Magazine

January 17th marked the 114th anniversary of legendary mobster Al Capone’s birth. The most notorious gangster in American history, Capone ran the largest bootlegging syndicate during the time of Prohibition. During this time, Templeton Rye, nicknamed “The Good Stuff,” was not only Capone’s favorite whiskey, it is rumored that a bottle is buried with him.
Chilled Magazine spoke to Dierdre Capone, Al Capone’s grand niece and last living relative of the iconic figure. In her book Uncle Al Capone, The Untold Story, Deidre dispels myths and gives a first hand account of the humane side of Capone from someone who lived with him and knew him well. Read the full article at


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