Bonnie and clyde dating
Bonnie Parker (October 1, 1910-May 23, 1934) and Clyde Barrow (March 24, 1909-May 23, 1934) were outlaws during the Public Enemies Era (1933-1935).
The record ensured that he would be routinely picked up and questioned at the police station, which caused him to miss work, thus developing a deep resentment of the police.
Like countless others, Bonnie lost her job during the Depression.
Clyde Barrow was the son of a poor tenant farmer with seven children, and his parents struggled to survive, so he had little education, although whippings with a switch were handed out by his devout and stern mother.
This would have ended most relationships but Bonnie’s love was true, so she regularly wrote him letters and visited him in jail.
The letters reveal that she was consumed by a vision of a happy, law-abiding future with him, yet she allowed Clyde to convince her to smuggle him a gun.