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The Mob Museum launches self-guided audio tour

Posted at 3:16 PM, Jan 05, 2021

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, launches a self-guided audio tour taking guests on an auditory journey through and beyond the Museum’s four floors of exhibits.

This new resource provides an eye-opening deep dive into some of Mob history’s most fascinating events and personalities.

With a running time of up to 85-minutes, the tour offers more than 40 audio stops featuring intriguing tales narrated by long-time Museum volunteers, as well as insider anecdotes from former Mob defense attorney and Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman.

The audio tour allows guests to select the length of their experience with the ability to start or stop any time, whether they seek just the tour highlights or want to dig deeper.

Topics include:

- Untold stories about Al Capone’s prison band.

- Lethal love affairs of the “Kiss of Death” girl.

- Stories from the Prohibition era—from bootleggers and rumrunners to flappers and jazz greats.

- Details from the notorious St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, including an examination of evidence from the crime scene.

- Law enforcement’s most effective methods of taking down the Mob.

- Unsolved murders of Bugsy Siegel and Jimmy Hoffa.

Known for his trademark, tell-it-like-it-is style, the tour includes Oscar Goodman reliving stories of his 35 years defending some of the most notorious alleged Mob figures.

Guests will hear Goodman tell the story of his first case in the Mob Museum’s historic courtroom, discuss the murder of his most notorious client, Tony Spilotro, and recount what it was like representing Meyer Lansky.

Goodman also recalls his experiences filming the movie “Casino” in 1995 where he appeared as himself.Guests can add the audio tour to any Museum ticket for $8 per individual or $7 for groups of 10 or more.

For more information about the Museum, please call (702) 229-2734 or visit their website.