Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano (born March 12, 1945) is an American gangster who became the underboss of the Gambino crime family. This is his story. Directed by James Carroll.
Fireside With The Underboss - "He's A Killer Some Of Us Will End Up In The Trunk Of A Car"
Sammy tells a story about one of the mafias most brutal killers, Tommy Karate. Tommy's wife dies of an overdose and he will stop at nothing to find the woman who witnessed it.
Fireside With The Underboss - Exposed - John Gotti's Heroin Scam
Patsy Conte, a wealthy heroin dealer and friend of the Gambios, doesn't seem to be treating John Gotti the same as he did Paul. Sammy is assigned to straighten out the confusion.
Fireside With The Underboss - "I Hung Up The Phone 10 Minutes Later Swat Was At My Door"
Sammy goes in for questioning in Quantico with a heavyweight agent from Washington, and he is instructed to keep his composure during the conversation. Sammy does his best, but towards the end of their talk things get a little dicey.
Fireside With The Underboss - "I Got Him Made, Later I Had To Take Him Out"
In this story Sammy introduces his good friend Louie Milito who is dying to be a made man. He tells us the story about how he got Louie made, but we learn later on that Sammy also has him taken out
Fireside With The Underboss - "If I'm not out in 15 Minutes, Come In & Kill Everybody"
Sammy speaks on the murder of fellow Rampers member, Gerry Pappa who was killed as revenge for killing Colombo crime family caporegime Thomas "Shorty" Spero.
Fireside With The Underboss - "Framed Us For Murder, Asked Permission To Kill Him"
Sammy introduces us to a couple of new, and super dangerous, mafiosos: Dominick “Mimi” Scialo and Vincent “Jimmy” Rotondo. These wise guys are all tied together in a slew of different crimes including the Dunn brother case.
Best podcast hands down!!
I have tried many many podcasts and I am extremely picky about what I listen to. It is hard to grab my attention and keep it. This podcast is like watching a great movie or reading a good book. I love how Sammy Gravano tells his story and the way the podcasts are laid out. They flow together seamlessly and I don’t feel lost. All time favorite for me!
Great great beginning then started with 7-8-9 mins shows now goes weeks with out a show really falling off
Amazing story - great podcast. Ant recommend this enough. A real life good fella.