One of the more bizarre celebrity legends is the claim that notorious bank robber John Dillinger was not only the proud possessor of an unusually large penis, but that this portion of his anatomy was removed post-mortem and put on display at one of the Smithsonian museums in Washington, D. That the Smithsonian denies having or ever having had this piece of classic Americana in their collection is part of the game, of course. An auxiliary portion of the legend is that Smithsonian docents, upon being asked where Mr. How and when this rumor got started is unknown.
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John has over 40 years of experience as a founder, director and chairman of public and private companies in a variety of industries, including real estate, automotive, telecommunications, oil exploration and international shipping based in a number of countries and regions, including the U. John was a Director and Non-executive Chairman of the board of Terracom Broadband, a private company that developed and operated a fibre-based internet network and a digital cellular network in Rwanda, and following its purchase by Terracom Broadband, of Rwandatel, the incumbent telephone company in Rwanda, until the sale of these companies in Skip to Main Content. Cookies help us run this website.
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The torso murder, as it is known, was rife with drama, gore, greed, scandal, sex and mystery — a playwright's dream. And even now — as witnessed by the deluge of calls and emails to The Spectator after a story about the 70th anniversary of the torso discovery on March 16 — the case still ignites passionate feelings in the community.
Arsenal on Twitter UntoldArsenal. Untold Arsenal on Facebook here. John Dick, born in Eaglesham in Renfewshire in played games for Woolwich Arsenal, and scored 13 goals in league with 12 goals. He joined in and left in His record of appearances is extraordinary in an era when players moved year on year collecting clubs like little boys collect stamps.