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Virginia Hill (1916-1966) was one of the most famous female mobsters. She was a courier for the national crime syndicate, moving thousands of dollars from one mobster to the next, even overseas. She purportedly slept with many gangsters, but was Bugsy Siegel's girlfriend. She fled to Austria after the Government went after her for tax evasion. She died on the ski slopes of Salzburg, Austria after ingesting a heavy dose of sleeping pills. She was 49 years old.


'Joey' (1976) The song was about notorious mobster Joey Gallo. It was criticized at the time for its romantic take on the more violent elements of the gangster’s life.

Mobster Frank Costello enjoying a cigarette— he claims to have retired completely from the racket except for owning the Beverly Club outside New Orleans, 1949.

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The mobster Frank Sinatra most admired was slaughtered - his head blown apart by a bullet: The singer's dangerous flirtation with the Mafia

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John Linardi aka Chut (1908-1993) was a bit of a mafia enigma to the feds. The NY born mobster was listed in two families: Gambino and Lucchese, as a soldier. He did have a crime sheet that mentions narcotics violations, assault, robbery, homicide and policy. He was considered a bookie and policy operator and he was part of a large heroin distribution ring. Other mobsters he was associated with were: Patsy Pagano, Angelo Tuminaro, John Ormento, Tony Mirra and Sammy Santora.

Angelo ''Gyp'' DeCarlo - Genovese family mobster who dominated loan sharking operation in New Jersey during 1960s.


Meyer Lansky, Vegas mobster, left, is escorted by New York City detectives, following his arrest, February 11, 1958 file photo / AP