Michael Spilotro gave his teenage daughter, Michelle, in the 1980s some serious, adamant advice after he began getting nervous about people bumping him off.
If his daughter saw reputed hitman Frank Schweihs anywhere near their Oak Park home, call the cops.
Michael Spilotro had good reason to be worried.
It has become clear through trial testimony at the Family Secrets case that Frank Schweihs was the most fear hitman around.
Michelle Spilotro told jurors this week that her father "said if I ever see him near my house, I was to lock the door and call the police."
Michelle Spilotro identified a photo of Schweihs and said he had visited her home, apparently in less tense times, two to three times in the late '70s or early '80s.
Schweihs has been linked to many Outfit murders, but the Spilotro slayings, interestingly enough, are not among them.