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Latest Clyde Barrow Items
Seven miles down the road from Gibsland, Louisiana, two crooks died a long time ago.
A high-profile professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth says he's joining a recent exodus of faculty he blames on "habitually abusive treatment" by the school's chancellor.
Once the uncontested heavyweights of the Northeast gambling industry, Connecticut's two tribal-owned casinos are redoubling efforts to establish a presence in Massachusetts as they contend with growing competition.
Nearly 80 years ago the quiet Bienville Parish town of Gibsland became the focal point of one of the nation's most infamous manhunts. On the morning of May 23, 1934, Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were gunned down on Highway 154 by six lawmen, ending a bloody 27-month chase across the South and parts of the Midwest.
A pistol carried by the infamous duo Bonnie and Clyde is going up for auction in Knoxville.