Famous People Who Died on July 18
Machine Gun Kelly
Criminal / 1895 - 1954
Machine Gun Kelly was an American bootlegger, bank robber and kidnapper who made headlines in the 1930s. He was sentenced to life in prison along with wife Kathryn Kelly in 1933.
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