this day in crime history: april 13, 1933

On this day in 1933, outlaws Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow, Buck Barrow (Clyde’s brother), Blanche Barrow (Buck’s wife), and W.D. Jones shot it out with lawmen in Joplin, MO. Two of the lawmen, Newton County Constable John Wesley Harryman and Joplin detective Harry McGinnis, were killed.

Bonnie and Clyde at Wikipedia

The Victims of Bonnie and Clyde

FBI History: Famous Cases Bonnie and Clyde

2 thoughts on “this day in crime history: april 13, 1933

  1. John D.:
    You have to admire the spunk (read balls) of the crims back then.
    But, like every wanted individual back then…they WOULD get their just “rewards”.
    Good post.

    Stay safe out there.

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