No matter how many times we condemn all of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow's murders, we can't help but glamorize their lives.
These American criminals/lovebirds traveled the central U.S. with their gang during the Great Depression.
They are remembered as the most badass and sexiest couple to walk the face of this planet, but you'd never want to get in their way. They robbed banks and wouldn't hesitate to kill someone who got in their way.
However, the criminal version of Romeo and Juliet didn't last for long. The couple was ambushed by six officers in Louisiana during the day while driving in their classy Ford car.
The officers opened 130 rounds at the car until they suffered temporary deafness. It's believed that Clyde was killed almost instantly by a shot to the head, but Bonnie screamed realizing her lover was about to die.
"We opened fire with the automatic rifles. They were emptied before the car got even with us. Then we used shotguns ... There was smoke coming from the car, and it looked like it was on fire. After shooting the shotguns, we emptied the pistols at the car, which had passed us and ran into a ditch about 50 yards on down the road. It almost turned over. We kept shooting at the car even after it stopped. We weren't taking any chances," according to a statement made by two deputy sheriffs.
The notorious couple were killed in spring of 1934 and their legacy has gone down in history, but now we have the chance to see what their final hours looked like...