The body of infamous bank robber John Dillinger is going to be exhumed. Dillinger, the FBI’s Public Enemy Number One back in the 1930s, took his gang and went on a bank robbing spree. His life of crime ended when he was gunned down in a shootout with G-men outside a Chicago theater. He was buried in Indianapolis, where his grave draws visitors every year. His nephew, Michael Thompson, was granted a permit to have the body dug up, but didn’t give a reason. The disinterment is scheduled for September.