CIAO.
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scholasticreadingclub:

nationalbook:

Words only book lovers truly understand.

This is the truth!
scholasticreadingclub:

nationalbook:

Words only book lovers truly understand.

This is the truth!
scholasticreadingclub:

nationalbook:

Words only book lovers truly understand.

This is the truth!
scholasticreadingclub:

nationalbook:

Words only book lovers truly understand.

This is the truth!
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serialkiller-101:

Bonnie and Clyde were two of the most notorious gangsters in America’s history. The public was fascinated by their story of adventure and love, and by their gruesome end.
Bonnie and Clyde were responsible for 13 murders, some of whom were innocent people, killed during one of Clyde’s many bungled robberies. 
Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were ambushed and killed on May 23, 1934 on a rural road in Louisiana.The couple appeared in daylight in an automobile and were shot by a posse of four Texas officers and two Louisiana officers. 
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Bonnie and Clyde.

Bonnie and Clyde.

Bonnie and Clyde.
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todayinhistory:

May 23rd 1934: Bonnie and Clyde killedOn this day in 1934 the infamous American bank robbing duo Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were ambushed by police and killed in Louisiana. Bonnie and Clyde and their gang were outlaws who robbed banks and killed several police officers and civilians from 1931 to 1934. The couple became legendary for their exploits and their love story, especially after Arthur Penn’s 1967 film ‘Bonnie and Clyde’.“Some day they’ll go down together;They’ll bury them side by side;To few it’ll be grief-To the law a relief-But it’s death for Bonnie and Clyde.”- from Bonnie’s poem about the duo
todayinhistory:

May 23rd 1934: Bonnie and Clyde killedOn this day in 1934 the infamous American bank robbing duo Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were ambushed by police and killed in Louisiana. Bonnie and Clyde and their gang were outlaws who robbed banks and killed several police officers and civilians from 1931 to 1934. The couple became legendary for their exploits and their love story, especially after Arthur Penn’s 1967 film ‘Bonnie and Clyde’.“Some day they’ll go down together;They’ll bury them side by side;To few it’ll be grief-To the law a relief-But it’s death for Bonnie and Clyde.”- from Bonnie’s poem about the duo
todayinhistory:

May 23rd 1934: Bonnie and Clyde killedOn this day in 1934 the infamous American bank robbing duo Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were ambushed by police and killed in Louisiana. Bonnie and Clyde and their gang were outlaws who robbed banks and killed several police officers and civilians from 1931 to 1934. The couple became legendary for their exploits and their love story, especially after Arthur Penn’s 1967 film ‘Bonnie and Clyde’.“Some day they’ll go down together;They’ll bury them side by side;To few it’ll be grief-To the law a relief-But it’s death for Bonnie and Clyde.”- from Bonnie’s poem about the duo
todayinhistory:

May 23rd 1934: Bonnie and Clyde killedOn this day in 1934 the infamous American bank robbing duo Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were ambushed by police and killed in Louisiana. Bonnie and Clyde and their gang were outlaws who robbed banks and killed several police officers and civilians from 1931 to 1934. The couple became legendary for their exploits and their love story, especially after Arthur Penn’s 1967 film ‘Bonnie and Clyde’.“Some day they’ll go down together;They’ll bury them side by side;To few it’ll be grief-To the law a relief-But it’s death for Bonnie and Clyde.”- from Bonnie’s poem about the duo
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odditiesoflife:

Being in Love Can Be Murder
The infamous crime duo Bonnie and Clyde seen playfully posing with their guns. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met in Texas in January, 1930. At the time, Bonnie was 19 and married to an imprisoned murderer; Clyde was 21 and unmarried. Soon after, he was arrested for a burglary and sent to jail. He escaped, using a gun Bonnie had smuggled to him, was recaptured and was sent back to prison. Clyde was paroled in February 1932, rejoined Bonnie, and resumed a life of crime. 
In addition to the automobile theft charge, Bonnie and Clyde were suspects in other crimes. At the time they were killed in 1934, they were believed to have committed 13 murders and several robberies and burglaries. Barrow, for example, was suspected of murdering two police officers at Joplin, Missouri and kidnapping a man and a woman in rural Louisiana. He released them near Waldo, Texas.
 Numerous sightings followed, linking this pair with bank robberies and automobile thefts. Clyde allegedly murdered a man at Hillsboro, Texas; committed robberies at Lufkin and Dallas, Texas; murdered one sheriff and wounded another at Stringtown, Oklahoma; kidnapped a deputy at Carlsbad, New Mexico; stole an automobile at Victoria, Texas; attempted to murder a deputy at Wharton, Texas; committed murder and robbery at Abilene and Sherman, Texas; committed murder at Dallas, Texas; abducted a sheriff and the chief of police at Wellington, Texas; and committed murder at Joplin and Columbia, Missouri.
The FBI and local law enforcement authorities in Louisiana and Texas concentrated on apprehending Bonnie and Clyde. Before dawn on May 23, 1934, a posse composed of police officers from Louisiana and Texas, concealed themselves in bushes along the highway near Sailes, Louisiana. In the early daylight, Bonnie and Clyde appeared in an automobile and when they attempted to drive away, the officers opened fire. Bonnie and Clyde were killed instantly.
odditiesoflife:

Being in Love Can Be Murder
The infamous crime duo Bonnie and Clyde seen playfully posing with their guns. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met in Texas in January, 1930. At the time, Bonnie was 19 and married to an imprisoned murderer; Clyde was 21 and unmarried. Soon after, he was arrested for a burglary and sent to jail. He escaped, using a gun Bonnie had smuggled to him, was recaptured and was sent back to prison. Clyde was paroled in February 1932, rejoined Bonnie, and resumed a life of crime. 
In addition to the automobile theft charge, Bonnie and Clyde were suspects in other crimes. At the time they were killed in 1934, they were believed to have committed 13 murders and several robberies and burglaries. Barrow, for example, was suspected of murdering two police officers at Joplin, Missouri and kidnapping a man and a woman in rural Louisiana. He released them near Waldo, Texas.
 Numerous sightings followed, linking this pair with bank robberies and automobile thefts. Clyde allegedly murdered a man at Hillsboro, Texas; committed robberies at Lufkin and Dallas, Texas; murdered one sheriff and wounded another at Stringtown, Oklahoma; kidnapped a deputy at Carlsbad, New Mexico; stole an automobile at Victoria, Texas; attempted to murder a deputy at Wharton, Texas; committed murder and robbery at Abilene and Sherman, Texas; committed murder at Dallas, Texas; abducted a sheriff and the chief of police at Wellington, Texas; and committed murder at Joplin and Columbia, Missouri.
The FBI and local law enforcement authorities in Louisiana and Texas concentrated on apprehending Bonnie and Clyde. Before dawn on May 23, 1934, a posse composed of police officers from Louisiana and Texas, concealed themselves in bushes along the highway near Sailes, Louisiana. In the early daylight, Bonnie and Clyde appeared in an automobile and when they attempted to drive away, the officers opened fire. Bonnie and Clyde were killed instantly.
odditiesoflife:

Being in Love Can Be Murder
The infamous crime duo Bonnie and Clyde seen playfully posing with their guns. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met in Texas in January, 1930. At the time, Bonnie was 19 and married to an imprisoned murderer; Clyde was 21 and unmarried. Soon after, he was arrested for a burglary and sent to jail. He escaped, using a gun Bonnie had smuggled to him, was recaptured and was sent back to prison. Clyde was paroled in February 1932, rejoined Bonnie, and resumed a life of crime. 
In addition to the automobile theft charge, Bonnie and Clyde were suspects in other crimes. At the time they were killed in 1934, they were believed to have committed 13 murders and several robberies and burglaries. Barrow, for example, was suspected of murdering two police officers at Joplin, Missouri and kidnapping a man and a woman in rural Louisiana. He released them near Waldo, Texas.
 Numerous sightings followed, linking this pair with bank robberies and automobile thefts. Clyde allegedly murdered a man at Hillsboro, Texas; committed robberies at Lufkin and Dallas, Texas; murdered one sheriff and wounded another at Stringtown, Oklahoma; kidnapped a deputy at Carlsbad, New Mexico; stole an automobile at Victoria, Texas; attempted to murder a deputy at Wharton, Texas; committed murder and robbery at Abilene and Sherman, Texas; committed murder at Dallas, Texas; abducted a sheriff and the chief of police at Wellington, Texas; and committed murder at Joplin and Columbia, Missouri.
The FBI and local law enforcement authorities in Louisiana and Texas concentrated on apprehending Bonnie and Clyde. Before dawn on May 23, 1934, a posse composed of police officers from Louisiana and Texas, concealed themselves in bushes along the highway near Sailes, Louisiana. In the early daylight, Bonnie and Clyde appeared in an automobile and when they attempted to drive away, the officers opened fire. Bonnie and Clyde were killed instantly.
odditiesoflife:

Being in Love Can Be Murder
The infamous crime duo Bonnie and Clyde seen playfully posing with their guns. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met in Texas in January, 1930. At the time, Bonnie was 19 and married to an imprisoned murderer; Clyde was 21 and unmarried. Soon after, he was arrested for a burglary and sent to jail. He escaped, using a gun Bonnie had smuggled to him, was recaptured and was sent back to prison. Clyde was paroled in February 1932, rejoined Bonnie, and resumed a life of crime. 
In addition to the automobile theft charge, Bonnie and Clyde were suspects in other crimes. At the time they were killed in 1934, they were believed to have committed 13 murders and several robberies and burglaries. Barrow, for example, was suspected of murdering two police officers at Joplin, Missouri and kidnapping a man and a woman in rural Louisiana. He released them near Waldo, Texas.
 Numerous sightings followed, linking this pair with bank robberies and automobile thefts. Clyde allegedly murdered a man at Hillsboro, Texas; committed robberies at Lufkin and Dallas, Texas; murdered one sheriff and wounded another at Stringtown, Oklahoma; kidnapped a deputy at Carlsbad, New Mexico; stole an automobile at Victoria, Texas; attempted to murder a deputy at Wharton, Texas; committed murder and robbery at Abilene and Sherman, Texas; committed murder at Dallas, Texas; abducted a sheriff and the chief of police at Wellington, Texas; and committed murder at Joplin and Columbia, Missouri.
The FBI and local law enforcement authorities in Louisiana and Texas concentrated on apprehending Bonnie and Clyde. Before dawn on May 23, 1934, a posse composed of police officers from Louisiana and Texas, concealed themselves in bushes along the highway near Sailes, Louisiana. In the early daylight, Bonnie and Clyde appeared in an automobile and when they attempted to drive away, the officers opened fire. Bonnie and Clyde were killed instantly.
odditiesoflife:

Being in Love Can Be Murder
The infamous crime duo Bonnie and Clyde seen playfully posing with their guns. Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow met in Texas in January, 1930. At the time, Bonnie was 19 and married to an imprisoned murderer; Clyde was 21 and unmarried. Soon after, he was arrested for a burglary and sent to jail. He escaped, using a gun Bonnie had smuggled to him, was recaptured and was sent back to prison. Clyde was paroled in February 1932, rejoined Bonnie, and resumed a life of crime. 
In addition to the automobile theft charge, Bonnie and Clyde were suspects in other crimes. At the time they were killed in 1934, they were believed to have committed 13 murders and several robberies and burglaries. Barrow, for example, was suspected of murdering two police officers at Joplin, Missouri and kidnapping a man and a woman in rural Louisiana. He released them near Waldo, Texas.
 Numerous sightings followed, linking this pair with bank robberies and automobile thefts. Clyde allegedly murdered a man at Hillsboro, Texas; committed robberies at Lufkin and Dallas, Texas; murdered one sheriff and wounded another at Stringtown, Oklahoma; kidnapped a deputy at Carlsbad, New Mexico; stole an automobile at Victoria, Texas; attempted to murder a deputy at Wharton, Texas; committed murder and robbery at Abilene and Sherman, Texas; committed murder at Dallas, Texas; abducted a sheriff and the chief of police at Wellington, Texas; and committed murder at Joplin and Columbia, Missouri.
The FBI and local law enforcement authorities in Louisiana and Texas concentrated on apprehending Bonnie and Clyde. Before dawn on May 23, 1934, a posse composed of police officers from Louisiana and Texas, concealed themselves in bushes along the highway near Sailes, Louisiana. In the early daylight, Bonnie and Clyde appeared in an automobile and when they attempted to drive away, the officers opened fire. Bonnie and Clyde were killed instantly.
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hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
hideouslyhandsome:

Bonnie and Clyde (2013)
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majorgeneralgiggy:

The arsenal of weapons and ammo discovered in the “death car” of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow on May 23, 1934
Can anyone Name them all?
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variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934
variyadevoldcurosities:

Bonnie and Clyde - 1934