'Til Death do us Part Bonnie and clydes' story

Bonnie and Clyde are the couple who everyone thought was perfect. What people did not know is that looks can be really deceiving. Bonnie Parker was born in Rowena, Texas on October 1, 1910. Clyde Barrow was born on March 24, 1909 in Telco, Texas. Bonnie and Clyde met while Bonnie was the wife of an imprisoned murderer, while she met Clyde who had just been imprisoned.

Bonnie and Clyde were together from 1932-1934. After 20 months in prison in 1930-32, Bonnie teamed up with parker. It was in 1932 that they had started their crime spree. They robbed small town restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores, banks and stole cars. Part of the time they were out committing crimes with Clyde's brother and his wife.

After all the crimes Bonnie, Clyde, Clyde's brother and his wife committed they became one of americas most wanted. In 1933 the couple were involved in many shoot outs with the police. More than 10 people were killed during their crime spree, including police officers. During one of the many police shootouts clyde's brother died late 1933. It was really hard to catch the criminals so They then hired Frank Hamer to track them down.

Bonnie and Clyde were always pretty for what's to come . In their gray-tan v-8 model ford sedan they carried Bonnies detective magazine, two sawed-o shotgun, two machine rifles, automatic pistol 1,500 rounds of ammunition. The couple were always stealing cars when they had the chance. Clyde learned to pick the powerful v-8 when he could.

Bonnie and Clyde were one interesting couple . In the end they were caught and mudered . In 1934 the couple were ambushed by police and were shot and killed while in their car. They were killed in Louisiana on May 23. Bonnie and Clyde story make history and will be widely known for a long time.

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