The Truth About Bonnie and Clyde that Historians Kept Quiet

The Power of Words

Bonnie Parker and her family moved to Cement City, located on the west side of Dallas, so Bonnie's mother could get help from her parents. Emma worked as a seamstress to support the kids. When her mother was away, Bonnie turned to books and writing as a way to express her emotions. She wrote poetry that worried her mother, with titles like "The Story of Suicide Sal" and "The Trails End." However, the trail had far from ended...


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