J. B.
April 2016
Wild West;Apr2016, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p35
The article summarizes the story of the rise and fall of criminal duo and lovers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. Topics covered include Clyde began his criminal activities with Bonnie in 1932, when the latter used to work as a waitress and a prostitute, crimes made by the duo include murders of shopkeepers, a deputy sheriff and police officers, and the duo were killed in an orchestrated ambush by Texas Ranger Frank Hamer and his group on May 23, 1934.


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