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Forbes: Homes with Notorious Histories and Criminal Pasts Come to Market

Al Capone's Miami Compound

Home: 93 Palm Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
List Price: $9.95 million
Listed with: Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Bootlegging gangster Al Capone bought this Palm Island compound from Clarence Busch of the Anheuser-Busch dynasty in 1928. He lived here, throwing lavish parties around his massive salt water swimming pool until his death in the upstairs master suite in 1947.

(Photo by Douglas Elliman)

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