It was on Valentine’s day 1929 in a frigid Chicago that seven men were lined up against a garage brick wall and sprayed with 90 bullets. It was Al Capone’s final piece in the puzzle for domination of Chicago.
The full, unvarnished story of the brilliant and brutal Chicago crime czar.
Ever since Eliot Ness first published The Untouchables in 1957, the public fell in love with this authentic American hero. His book was a runaway best seller because it was the exciting true story of a brave and honest lawman pitted against the country’s most successful gangster, Al Capone.
On May 16, 1957, Eliot Ness passed away at the age of 54 from a massive heart attack. Ness was the lawman whose team of Untouchables brought down Al Capone, tackled police corruption and hunted the most notorious serial killer of his time.