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The guys are on the hunt for nectar from the most notorious gangsters of the 1920s and '30s. Outside Chicago, they visit the house of Al Capone's hit man and personal bodyguard, rumored to have organized the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Then they head to the former home of Paul Ricca, the man who took over the South Side mob when Capone went to jail. Finally, the guys check out one of Bugs Moran's favorite hideouts, where he may have buried slot machines filled with coins.