Secret Doors and Submachine Guns: See Inside Fred ‘Killer’ Burke’s Michigan Hideout

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Chriss Lyon
Fred "Killer Burke" in police custody.
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Chriss Lyon
Burke's cottage in Stevensville, Michigan, where the two Thompson submachine guns used in the St. Valentine's Day Massacre were recovered by police.
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An NBC 5 crew toured the interior of the home—now a real estate office. Secret compartments where Burke stashed his weaponry and cash are still accessible in the house.
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Though the interior now only hosts Christmas decorations, air conditioning units and cardboard boxes. Gone are the bullets, bombs and Tommy guns.
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Chriss Lyon
A police photo of the weaponry recovered after Burke's home was raided.
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This may look like a suit vest, but it's actually 1920s body armor. Burke wore this very set.
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Mario Solis
Some changes have been made to the home since Burke's days in Michigan, but it more or less stands the same all these years later.
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