Chicago, IL is home to one of the most haunted places in the state, Chicago History Building (SMC Cartage Company). Come Explore its mystery with Haunted Journeys.
In February 1929, Al Capone ordered a hit that would take the lives of seven rival gangsters in what would soon be called the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. The murder massacre included Irish mobster George "Bugs" Moran. As Moran's men entered the garage at 2122 N. Clark St. in Lincoln Park, Bugs held back, while his second in command and brother in law, James Clark, as well as fellow members of the gang, were mercilessly gunned down.
In 1967, after the building was demolished, 414 bricks where the shooting took place were sold to the highest bidders.
People walking down Clark street have heard the sound of machine gun fire and the unmistakable screams of those slaughtered. Others have felt a heavy feeling a dread as they pass the spot where Bugsy Maron’s men were gunned down. It is also believed that the ghost of a German Sheppard who belonged to a murdered Irish mob member still mourns its owner's death.
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