If that's not enough, squirm in the Medieval torture gallery; see what happened to suspected witches in New England; thank God you never came up before Hanging Judge Parker in the old Wild West days; and recoil at the gangster era brutality, with characters like Machine Gun Kelly and Public Enemy, John Dillinger.
What does MGK stand for?
MGK stands for Machine Gun Kelly (rap artist)
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- Michigan Gender Identity Test (psychology)
- Mycobacteria Growth Indicator Tube
- Murine Glucocorticoid-Induced TNFR (Tumor Necrosis Factor Receptor)-Related
- Mary Gibbs Jones (Texas)
- Million Giga Joules (electricity)
- Minnesota Genealogical Journal (Park Genealogical Books)
- Mobilization for Global Justice
- Maple Grove Junior High School (Maple Grove, MN)
- Meath Green Junior School (years 3-6; Surrey, UK)
- McLaughlin Gormley King (insect control products; Minneapolis, MN)
- Medieval Greek (aka middle Greek)
- Milli Guvenlik Kurulu (Turkish: National Security Council)
- Modelleisenbahn-Gemeinschaft Kerpen (German model railroads)
- Mouse Glandular Kallikrein (gene)
- Musikalsk Grund Kursus (Danish: Musically Basic Course)
- Mount Gambier Karting Club (Australia; founded 1960)
- Maharashtra General Kamgar Union (Maharashtra, India)
- Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith (India)
- Machine Graded Lumber
Samples in periodicals archive:
Chopper," "Thompson," "Tommy Gun" and the "Gun that Made the '20s Roar," General John Taliaferro Thompson's submachine gun shot its way into history in the hands of soldiers, sailors, policemen, G-men and the likes of Pretty Boy Floyd, John Dillinger, Machine gun Kelly, the Baker gang and--let's not forget--the silver screen of Hollywood.
Alcatraz Island in San Francisco Bay is known for housing criminals, like Al Capone and Machine Gun Kelly.
95 Paperback PN1998 Roger Corman is considered by many to be the king of the B-movie, having directed such films as Bloody Mama, The Last Woman on Earth, "X": The Man with the X-Ray Eyes, Machine Gun Kelly, and She Gods of Shark Reef.
There are also passing mentions of real life Depression pin-ups such as Bonnie and Clyde, Machine Gun Kelly and John Dillinger, all vying with each other to become Public Enemy No 1.
Bronson, who changed his name in 1954, was first cast as the main star in Machine Gun Kelly (1958).