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Friday, September 28, 2012

Bonnie & Clyde's Guns Up for Auction

Nearly 80 years after their deaths, two dozen items associated with notorious bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde are up for auction.
The pair are well-known for robbing dozens of Depression-era banks while leaving in their wake numerous dead bodies before they were killed in an ambush in 1934 by a posse of law enforcement that included a former Texas Ranger.
According to a report on NPR  , the posse was allowed to keep whatever they found in the Bonnie and Clyde death car -- and that included dozens of weapons.


Anonymous said...

I don't know if anyone reading this remembers,but Bonnie and Clydes car was on display at the old mall a long time ago.It was an outside display.Unbelievable how many bullet holes were in it.The feds must have been shooting the car from every angle.No one could have escaped alive.

Anonymous said...

Huh 5:29, that is exactly what they plan on doing to white Christians under Obama: Shoot us full of holes unless we bow down to the Koran!