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Ghostrain
In April of 1986 Geraldo Rivera opened a vault that had belonged to well-known organized crime boss Al Capone. The public was shown a disappointingly empty space void of anything significant whatsoever. What was not commonly known was that this stunt was merely a distraction which allowed Ghostrain to slip out the back door undetected and circumvent the greatest threat to the free world of the time: Geraldo's personal assistant Pembrose Fruzenglaja.

 

 

 

 

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