A photo of Bonnie and Clyde depicts the murderous outlaws in a loving embrace days before they met a gruesome end. This photo is part of a little more than a handful of newly-unearthed pictures of the outlaws.
The photo shows the legendary duo kissing in Joplin, Missouri, shortly before they were gunned down in an ambush.
The snapshot was part of an exhibit on the pair at the Photographs Do Not Bend (PDNB) Gallery in Dallas. Bonnie and Clyde gained notoriety for a two-year crime spree that started in 1932, during which they ruthlessly robbed banks and killed 13 people.
The pair, whose full names were Bonnie Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow, ran out of luck in 1934 when they were ambushed by police officers in Louisiana. Authorities unleashed 107 rounds in less than two minutes, killing the murderous lovers in their car.
After their death, police and citizens pulled their bodies through the city for all to see.
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