More than 16,000 people lined up to see their publicly displayed bodies.
Their deaths ended a two-year crime spree in which the Barrow gang robbed banks and shops across the South-west and Mid-west, killing at least 15 people. The San Francisco auction house Butterfield and Butterfield,will take bids on the shirt, Clyde's pocket watch - still running - and a series of original Bonnie and Clyde snapshots from the Barrow family album, including some of them posing with their guns.
Cold blooded murderers, not caring who died as long as they got what they wanted...
They should have been arrested and left to rot in jail in obscurity, rather than being martyred and given the cult status they certainly do not deserve... They seem to portray our baddies in such a gentle light instead of a true glare.
Though known today for their bank robberies, the duo most often preferred to rob small stores or rural gas stations.
The gang is believed to have killed at least nine police officers and several civilians.
The analogy of the James gang is well made but i'm with pantsonfire on this just cold blooded murderers & i always want to see these types who talk of 'freedom to do what we want to in a restrictive totalitarian society' (bollix), locked up for the rest of their naturals!