The Truth About Bonnie and Clyde that Historians Kept Quiet

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The Life of Bonnie

After Bonnie realized that her time with her husband was over, she moved back in with her mother and grandparents in Dallas. She worked as a waitress to help out with the bills, but always thought of the job as tedious and difficult for such a short final payout. It was then that she started considering crossing over into a life of crime, but she'd need a bit of a push...

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The Write Stuff

Bonnie kept a journal throughout her early years when she met Clyde, which gave historians a lot of her love story. She also wrote about how lonely she felt before him, how lost and alone she felt in Dallas, and how much she loved taking photographs. These were traits that made her ripe for the picking from Clyde, who she'd meet in only a few short years...

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