BONNIE PARKER
Hamer's first shots hit both Bonnie and Clyde. Bonnie screamed like a panther. Hamer looked down at the girl.
"I would have gotten sick, but when I thought about her crimes, I didn't"






"I see her falling out of the open door, a beautiful and petite young girl who is soft and warm, with hair carefully
fixed, and I smell a light perfume against the burned-cordite smell of gunpowder, the sweet and unreal smell of blood".
Ted Hinton's recollection in the book AMBUSH






The body of Bonnie Parker was taken to Conger's Furniture Store and
Funeral Parlor two hours after the ambush near Arcadia, Louisiana.




Bodies as they were first brought in.



above photo shows Bonnie's body being removed


Photo below shows Bonnie's Camel 20's cigarette pack on her lap.
You can also see her "small watch" and "three acorn brooch" as stated in the coroner's report



Close-up of Parker's watch, brooch and "Camel" cigarettes







Very eerie image!!!




Bonnie's post-mortem fingerprint card



JULY 22, 1934




DEAD CLYDE