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But Bonnie was only wounded and began screaming - a scream so terrible that their principal pursuer, former Texas Ranger Frank Hamer, fired two more shots into the defenceless 23-year old at close range.
'I hate to bust the cap on a woman, especially when she was sitting down,' the laconic Hamer said afterwards.
Near Gibsland, they stopped to greet the father of one of their gang members - but it was a trap.
A six-man posse of Texas and Louisiana troopers was waiting in ambush and opened fire.
Although it had originally been stolen by Bonnie and Clyde from Ruth Warren of Topeka, Kansas, the local Parish Sheriff in Arcadia, Henderson Jordan, a member of Hamer's six-man posse, claimed it as his own.
No warnings were issued and the couple were given no opportunity to surrender.
Clyde died instantly - the first shot took off the top of his head.
After the bodies had been transported to Dallas, where their families lived, the funeral directors put them on show.
Ten thousand people - many of them drunk - turned up to see Clyde Barrow's body before the Dallas police were called to disperse the crowd.