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

    Bonnie and Clyde

    Bonnie & Clyde cleaning guns in the woods.It was no easy life.Showering and bathing in streams and cold water.Especially after they became famous in the papers even getting food was hard.Bonnie was also wounded at different times and sometimes very badly.Once she got 3rd degree burns to her legs when Clyde had wrecked.The burns were so sever sometimes she could barely walk.Clyde would carry her and doctored her burns.It is said these burns almost killed her they were so bad.

    Bonnie and Clyde Freakshow Banner.......from Anonymous Works

    Book about Bonnie and Clyde

    Ingraving from Clyde. "To Bonnie. I owe you one. Clyde, 2-28-32

    Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow's shoot out car

    Letter Clyde Barrow wrote to Henry Ford

    The Site of the Bonnie & Clyde Ambush, Bienville Parish, Louisiana - On May 23, 1934, Clyde Barrow & Bonnie Parker were gunned down in their car on this rural Louisiana road for their spree of robberies - the phantom sounds of gun shots and screeching car tires is reportedly heard on both the anniversary of their deaths and during full moons

    Ingraving from Clyde. "To Bonnie. I owe you one. Clyde, 2-28-32

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

    Clyde Barrow

    Some of the belongs of Bonnie and Clyde taken out and laid against their car after ambush & they were both killed.

    Clyde and Buck Barrow's original headstone, which was stolen

    Clyde and Buck Barrow's current headstone

    Clyde Barrow's obituary

    Bonnie Parker's obituary

    sad and eerie image of Bonnie in death

    Clyde Barrow in death

    may 23, bonnie and clyde killed by police in 1934

    another view of the death car with Clyde visible

    Bonnie and Clyde ambush site as it appeared in 1934

    This marker is at the side of the road where the ambush occured

    The trail ended here on a desolate road, deep in the piney Louisiana woods

    Former Texas Ranger, Frank Hamer,(taken in the 20s) who relentlessly tracked Bonnie and Clyde and set up the ambush