Bonnie and Clyde: How a pair of two-bit crooks became the world's most famous gangsters
They were immortalised in film - but the true story of Bonnie and Clyde is very different from the Hollywood fantasy.
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Born to Die
It's not in the history books, but one of the final skirmishes of the Civil War took place on May 1, 1936. On that day, a team of agents, led personally (or at least that's what reporters were...
Bonnie & Clyde guns for sale
Two weapons confiscated after an April 13, 1933, raid on Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker’s hideout in Joplin, Missouri, will be going on the auction block at Mayo Auction in Kansas City on January 2…
Original Gangsters - Public Enemies by Paul Ward
These were the real bad guys back in the day. Please note, I am the owner of this image. The fine art America logo will NOT show up on my prints.
Charles Arthur Floyd, AKA Pretty Boy, was bestowed the “Public Enemy Number One” title upon Dillinger’s death, largely because he was wanted for the murder of two policemen and two FBI agents in an event known as the Kansas City Massacre.