Bonnie Parker, half of ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ with Clyde Barrow, was one of America's most famous outlaws in the 1930s, robbing banks and small businesses. Their 21-month crime spree spanned Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Missouri, where they killed at least 13 people and escaped from the police before they were killed at a roadblock near Gibsland, Louisiana, on May 23, 1934.
With plump cheeks, Cupid's-bow lips and neatly combed hair, Charles Arthur Floyd was indeed a "pretty boy." Booking photos from the Pueblo Police Department show the Depression-era thug in jacket, vest and bow tie. He was arrested on May 9, 1929, in the company of three women and one man in a rooming house at 322 1/2 N. Union Ave. The five were charged with vagrancy Floyd had come to town in hopes of being a pimp fined and sentenced to City Jail. After serving one week
The intent of this book is to show real-life images of stories in the news,ands not to confine murder,violence against women,drug-related violence and gangsterism to an intellectual realm without …
If you're like me and follow a bunch of museums on places like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc, you might have noticed more than a few posting about Marc Chagall's birthday, where the...
The Amityville Home Amityville, N.Y. In 1974, six members of the DeFeo family were found slain in this home; eldest son Ronald DeFeo Jr. was later convicted of murdering his parents and siblings. A year later, the Lutz family moved in but quickly moved out after reports of unexplained paranormal activity -- strange odors, unexplained cold drafts and an apparition that took the form of a demonic pig-like creature. Photo by Doug Kerr, CC BY-SA 2.0
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