Which Famous Criminal Would You Have Been In A Past Life?

A life of crime might pay for a while, but it doesn't usually last long.

LordMarvelous
Created By LordMarvelous
On Jun 29, 2017

How do you plan to make your wealth?

Pick a hat to wear while causing your criminal chaos.

Choose a location to conduct your criminal activities.

The authorities are closing in to arrest you, what's your move?

Pick a criminal nickname.

Choose your weapon of choice.

Pick a method of transportation.

You would be: Blackbeard the Pirate

You would be: Blackbeard the Pirate

Born Edward Teach in Bristol, England in 1680. Teach adopted the name Blackbeard and became the most feared pirate in the world, terrorizing merchant ships with his crew aboard his vessel, the Queen Anne's Revenge. He died in bloody battle with Naval forces in 1718.

You would be: Al Capone

You would be: Al Capone

The most-notorious American gangster there ever was, Al Capone rose to become the crime boss of Chicago in the 1920s and ran a violent gang that made their wealth through racketeering and illegal liquor. Capone would do time in several prisons including Alcatraz before dying of cardiac arrest at the age of 48.

You would be: Jesse James

You would be: Jesse James

An ex Confederate guerrilla soldier of the Civil War, Jesse James went on to a life of crime with the James-Younger Gang. Nothing was off limits and James would shoot anybody that stood in his way during one of his numerous train, stagecoach and bank robberies. The outlaw was eventually killed at the age of just 34 by a member of his own gang, Robert Ford.

You would be: Pablo Escobar

You would be: Pablo Escobar

The most notorious drug kingpin of all time, Pablo Escobar had immense wealth during his reign of cocaine smuggling from the 1970s until his death in 1993. Escobar had a powerful gang that he surrounded himself with in Medellín, Colombia, but even they couldn't stop the police who shot and killed him just one day after his 44th birthday.