According to the FBI, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow killed at least 13 people. They did not face trial for any murder charges because they were killed in an ambush conducted by police officers on May 23, 1934.
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were American criminals who committed multiple murders and robberies of gas stations, stores, and banks during the Great Depression of the 1930s, working their way across the country and hi...
Bonnie Parker wore long skirts, T-strap heels and a cloche-style hat, while Clyde Barrow wore three-piece suits with a tie and fedora. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were American outlaws during the Great Depression and ...
Bonnie Parker wore long A-line skirts, a striped blouse and strapped high heels while Clyde Barrow wore a suit with a fedora and a tie. Bonnie and Clyde usually wore standard 1930s era clothing.
The official coroner's report lists Bonnie Parker's body as having 26 bullet wounds and Clyde Barrow's body as having 17 bullet wounds. However, researchers have stated that there were around 25 total bullets in each cor...
Bonnie and Clyde were buried at different cemeteries in Dallas, Texas. Clyde Barrow is buried at the Western Heights Cemetery right next to his brother. Bonnie Elizabeth Parker is now buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery af...
Bonnie and Clyde died on May 23, 1934, near Sailes, a town in Bienville Parish, La. FBI agents shot Clyde Champion Barrow and Bonnie Parker in an ambush outside the north Louisiana town.