PICS BY PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT BEND GALLERY / CATERS NEWS – (PICTURED: — MANDATORY PICTURE BYLINE: PHOTOGRAPHS DO NOT BEND GALLERY / CATERS NEWS — Loved up shot of Bonnie and Clyde, believed by new owner Thomas Yurkin, to be a photo from an undeveloped film they were unable to develop while away due to officers finding out they were in the vicinity) – The final moments of loved-up looters Bonnie and Clyde have been revealed in never seen before photographs. Photographs Do Not Bend -PDNB- Gallery, in Dallas, Texas, USA, exhibited the gruesome end for the notorious criminals, snippets of their love story and their apprehension. Bonnie and Clyde began their two-year crime spree in 1932, ruthlessly robbing banks and small businesses and killing anyone who got in their way. The public were enamoured by the lovestruck pair, real names Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Chestnut Barrow, during the Public Enemies era during the great depression in America. After evading the cops countless times, their luck ran out in 1934 when on High 54 in Louisiana, they were ambushed by officers who fired 107 rounds of bullets in less than two minutes. But their infamy and legend live on to this day in the unseen images that document the end for Bonnie and Clyde, who died aged 24 and 23, along with other memorable moments. – SEE CATERS COPY

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