Tenean St., Dorchester
This tiny sliver of sand is a tough one to find, located along the Southeast Expressway northbound in Dorchester. With a great view of the Boston's skyline and the world's biggest piece of copyrighted work of art, the Boston Gas tank, its tough not to see why Whitey and his associates frequented the area.
Boston's beaches are not famous for their powdery sand or splashing waves. But Tenean Beach has a lovely view, a vista that features the colorful Boston Gas tank. In September 2000, investigators trudged over to Tenean to dig up the remains of Paul McGonagle, a rival of Bulger who disappeared in 1974. His body had been buried by a grassy area at the edge of the beach alongside the Southeast Expressway, less than a mile from where three murder victims were unearthed on Hallet Street near Florian Hall.
Castle Island is well-known for its historic fort, gravelly beach, and tasty burgers from Sullivan's. During the warmer weather it's a magnet for families and joggers -- and organized crime figures as well. Bulger often strolled along these shores, accompanied by Weeks or Connolly.