Bonnie And Clyde's Death Told In 13 Gruesome Pictures (GRAPHIC CONTENT)

Bonnie and Clyde from around 1933

The bandits playing with a gun

Clyde showing off his mean look

On May 28, 1934 a posse of six officers hid in bushes

But it didn't end well for the criminals

Clyde drove his car at 85mph at officers

They opened fire and killed the couple

167 bullet holes riddled the vehicle

They were ambushed by law enforcement officials

Bonnie was considered very dangerous

Bill Decker, chief deputy of Dallas County, looks on

Firearms once owned by the outlaws

Bonnie Parker's grave is at Crown Hill Cemetery in Dallas

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