Possibly the most famous and most romanticized criminals in American history, Bonnie
Parker and Clyde Barrow were two young Texans whose early 1930s crime spree forever
imprinted them upon the national consciousness. Their names have become synonymous with an
image of Depression-era chic, a world where women chomped cigars and brandished automatic
rifles, men robbed banks and drove away in squealing automobiles, and life was lived fast
because it would be so short.