Capturing the Beauty of Everyday | Photography By Tom Reese | © 2017| All Rights Are Reserved
Doyers Street is a one car wide 200-foot-long street in the heart of Chinatown. The bend in the street became known as "the Bloody Angle" because of numerous shootings among the Tong Gangs of Chinatown that lasted into the 1930s. Hatchets were frequently used, leading to the creation of the expression, "hatchet man". In 1994, law enforcement officials said that more people died violently at the "Bloody Angle" than at any other street intersection in the United States.
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