How a Valentine’s Day Massacre Became Mob Legend

From a Washington Post story by Marisa Iati headlined “How a Valentine’s Day massacre tied to Al Capone became mob legend”:

On the day seven men were executed in a Chicago garage, a lone lightbulb hung from the ceiling.

Cars and trucks sat parked in oversize spaces. Sunlight peeked in through a dirty window. Members of George “Bugs” Moran’s bootlegging gang were gathered in the garage they had rented for storage and repairs, the author Jonathan Eig chronicled in the book “Get Capone.”