If you want to read a great book about Bonnie and Clyde, try “Go Down Together” by Jeff Guinn.
Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, notorious bank-robbing outlaws from Oak Cliff, Texas, ran into a police ambush and were shot to death on May 23, 1934, in Bienville Parish, Louisiana.
Though they wished to be buried together, her family protested. They are buried in separate cemeteries in Dallas. Bonnie is buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery off of Webb Chapel Road. Clyde is buried in the Western Heights Cemetery off of Fort Worth Boulevard, in Oak Cliff.
If we regarded today as “Bonnie and Clyde Day,” how would we commemorate it? Perhaps with “Crime Does Not Pay” assemblies?