: Snyder Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.
In 1980 Philly mobster Angelo Bruno was killed by a shotgun blast while sitting in a car in front of his rowhouse. His daughter reporetdly still occupies the three-bedroom residence and Bruno's driver-turned-successor John Stanfa apparently did the brickwork. The home came to market in 2010 asking $250,000 before slipping back off the MLS in 2011.
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