Capone's Early Years
Al had a rough childhood in America. They lived in a rough part of Brooklyn and he was introduced to bad behavior at a young age. At the age of 14 Al slapped his Teacher in the face and was expelled. That was the turning point in his life of crime.
Prison For Capone
On January 6, 1939 he left Alcatraz after an uneventful stay. For about 8 years he lived on an estate in Miami. On January 19, 1947, Capone collapsed from a brain hemorrhage. The newspapers announced him dead but they were false. But the following week he developed bronchial pneumonia. On Saturday night January 25, witnesses claimed Capone looked lucid. He died that night on 7:30 p.m. Capone was buried on a cold winter day at Mount Olivet Cemetery. He shared a black granite marker with his father.