The above signed letter was written by Floyd Hamilton in 1980. In it he
mentions Chuck Coleson one of President Nixon's convicted cabinet
members and Al Capone's right hand man George Meyer who supposedly
drove the getaway car in the St. Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago.
Floyd also mentions his becoming the V.P. of the International Prison Ministry.
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The name of the game, is "INCONSPICUOUS"
In many of these photographs, Floyd Hamilton is shown wearing bib overalls. Not very fitting for
A "big time" bank robber you say? That was the point Floyd was trying to make. By wearing an
old pair of bib overalls, he appeared to be like any other citizen - perhaps a farmer or laborer.
He knew that by wearing a fancy suit and shoes, he'd be sure to come off as somebody of wealth.
Not so for Clyde!
Photo above, displays the weapons recovered
after the ambush at the Harrison Street house
shared by Floyd and Raymond Hamilton. Floyd's
wife, Mildred, and Raymond's girlfriend were
arrested by the laws during this incident.