Lost Worlds: Al Capone's Secret City (2007)

History Channel

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Explore a world of speakeasies and hideouts – a literal underworld – in this thrilling reconstruction of Scarface’s notorious realm.

  • Unique access to some of the most fascinating sites in America.
  • Ravishing computer reconstructions show ruins in their original glory.
  • Travel back in time to gangsterland, the dangerous streets of 1920’s Chicago.

LOST WORLDS journeys through time to relive some of the most crucial events in world history within the walls where they occurred. In each revealing episode, discover secrets of the past with a team of historical detectives using evidence from recent excavations, state-of-the-art scientific studies, and historical documents. History comes alive before your eyes.

When the streets flowed with blood and bootleg liquor, when government officials could be bought for a song, and when Twenties really roared, Al Capone’s criminal empire dominated Chicago to an extent that is still being discovered.

LOST WORLDS follows a team of historical detectives as they travel to a time of unimaginable wealth, speakeasies, and ruthless mobsters to uncover AL CAPONE’S SECRET CITY. Using evidence from excavations, scientific studies and historical documents the team pieces together clues to reconstruct 1920's Chicago.

You don’t need the password to enter this riveting LOST WORLD!


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