The number of people he actually killed is innumerable – but when Al Capone kicks you out of his gang for being too violent, it’s easy to see that this guy was a full blown psychopath, according to the BBC.
But George Nelson had an ally – his face, which came in handy more than a few times.
The agents raided the hotel and ran into three men, all of whom looked like typical gangsters, and shot the three of them dead. Turns out, those three men were undercover FBI agents who had infiltrated the gang.
Interestingly, the police didn’t gun down Babyface, and probably due to his face – how could someone with such a round face, massive eyes, and a stubby nose, be capable of such violence they probably thought.
Incredibly – we judge a person based on their appearance in 50 milliseconds, explains Caroline Keating, an expert in non-verbal communication at Colgate University, New York.
However the real crazy thing is that people with babyface’s are actually more, not less, likely to commit crimes – and once they’ve done it for the first time, they’re even more likely to do it again.
The big eyes, the long lashes, the arched brows, the plump lips, the small chins, the round face, the cute little nose – if I wasn’t describing a baby, I’d be describing a supermodel.Apparently this comes from our evolutionary past – when making a split-second opinion on someone or something could be the difference between life and death.
Hell, even babyfaces are used to sell cosmetic products, or films such as Bambi, Betty Boop, and Mickey Mouse, and according to a recent survey – politicians with babyfaces are deemed as warmer, more trustworthy, honest, and attractive.
God I wish I had a babyface…