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    Bonnie Parker of Bonnie and Clyde fame

    Bonnie and Clyde Gravesites Crown Hill Memorial Park Dallas, TX

    Bonnie Parker was incarcerated here in Kemp, TX in 1932. It was after the first time she accompanied Clyde Barrow in a crime - an attempt to rob a local hardware store of guns. They found themselves in a shoot-out from which only Clyde escaped. Captured by local police, Bonnie was locked up in the jail overnight. The next morning, citizens of the town peered into the jail to get a look at the pretty bandit. Eyewitnesses recall Bonnie hissing at their prying eyes.

    Bonnie Parker (1910-1934) Bank Robber. 1/2 of Bonnie And Clyde Grave Location: Crown Hill Memorial Park Dallas Texas

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    Gravesite of Harry Houdini world famous magician - located in Queens, NY it has the crest of the Society of American Magicians inscribed on it. Every November since he died, the Society holds a broken wand ceremony at his gravesite

    Jesse James Gravesite

    George and Martha Washington's hair in locket

    The original tomb of General Grant, Riverside Park, New York City, 1885 [Image courtesy the Library of Congress]

    Bonnie and Clyde after ambush.Their bodies are still in car.

    Bonnie (of Bonnie and Clyde) in her casket

    The famous gangster w/ a very simple grave.

    flags of the confederacy | Confederate States of America - CSA

    mugshot of Bonnie (of Bonnie and Clyde fame)

    This is Bonnie Parker, Before she went all Bonnie and Clyde.

    Clyde Barrow& his brother Buck Barrow (Bonnie & Clyde)

    Wyatt Earp

    Al Capone

    Bonnie Park (Bonnie & Clyde)

    Edgar Allan Poe Original Grave by ~Bulephotography

    Bonnie and Clyde were ambushed in this car by TX. Ranger Mike Hammer and posse. Clyde was arrested in the beginning and put in the Hill Co. Jail. He dug out with a spoon, vowed never to be taken again. He shot his way out of several attempts at arrest killing several officers. So they were given no warning, no quarter. The Ranger Museum is here in Waco next to Baylor University.