They were two famous fugitives, thieves and criminals of the United States. They were characterized by having a great love, to the point that the only thing that separated them was death.
Working as a waitress, she met Clyde in January 1930 through a mutual friend. He kept stealing and Bonnie joined him.
Bonnie and Clyde were killed on May 23, 1934, on a secondary road near Bienville Parish, Louisiana. They were killed by an ambush by four Texas police officers and two from Louisiana.
Clyde died instantly from a bullet in the head. Bonnie, on the other hand, did not die as quickly as Clyde; His hand still held the sandwich he was eating. Some sources claim that Bonnie and Clyde had been shot about 50 times.
✞ Bonnie Parker (1910 – 1934) "As the flowers are all made sweeter by the sunshine and the dew, So this old world is made brighter by the lives of folks like you."
Bonnie and Clyde wanted to be buried next to each other, but Bonnie's family did not allow it.
✞ Clyde Barrow (1909 – 1934) "Gone but not forgotten"