one pair black & white wingtip shoes worn by Warren Beatty's
"stunt double", Samuel L. Jackson, in the 1967 movie "Bonnie and Clyde".
one matchstick,(reputedly) used by Bonnie Parker to light a cigar.
(found July 13, 1935, on the side of a road near Grapevine, Texas)
one oil dipstick used by a Tyler, Texas filling station attendant named
Earl "Goober" Terrell Jr.
(Goober had checked Bonnie and Clyde's oil with that thar dipstick!)
one used "Kleenex" brand tissue, used by Blanche Barrow (date unknown,
but possibly on June 10th or 11th 1937 or 1938)
one (original) baby photo of Clyde Barrow (taken on his "first"
birthday, December 11, 1919)
one "actual" wanted poster of the criminal, C.W. Moss
(not a reproduction, and states that he spent a year...a year, in the
original 1930 sound recording of the people in Bonnie's hometown,
listening to the grass grow
one .22 cal bullet belonging to Fred Hawkins of Atlanta, Georgia.
This bullet was removed from Mr. Hawkin's left foot on May 19, 1985.
(Mr. Hawkins, then 99 years old, was cleaning his hunting rifle, while
watching a re-run of the 1967 movie "Bonnie and Clyde" on his tv)