Charles Falco -- in his 20s -- was making 50-thousand dollars a month as a drug dealer affiliated with the Bulgarian mob.
He eventually became addicted to methamphetamines, became suicidal, and was then busted by the Feds. It saved his life.
Looking at 22-years in prison, he agreed to work as DEA informant. That led him to work undercover for the ATF. He infiltrated not one, but three different outlaw bikers gangs: Vagos, Mongols, and Outlaws.
And he survived to tell about it. He insists it was God who saved his life during 5 brutal, harrowing years as an undercover operative.
You can read more about his story in a newly released book: "Vagos, Mongols & Outlaws, My Infiltration of America's Deadliest Biker Gangs."