The Year of Fear
Joe Urschel talked about his book The Year of Fear: Machine Gun Kelly and the Manhunt That Changed the Nation, in which he recalls the failed kidnapping attempt of an Oklahoma oilman in 1933 by George “Machine Gun” Kelly and his wife Kathryn and the succeeding 20,000 mile chase by the Justice Department to apprehend the criminals. close
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Douglas Swanson Manager National Archives and Records Administration->Visitor Services
Joe Urschel Executive Director National Law Enforcement Museum
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