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In Louisiana, a small gray sedan swayed over a red dirt road from Arcadia. Six men armed with guns jumped from the roadside.
“Halt!” they shouted. The car roared, gathered speed. Six guns sent 167 steel bullets crashing through the steel machine. It lurched, crashed into an embankment, and stopped, covered with blood. Inside sprawled two battered figures clutching guns. Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker were dead.
Newsweek June 2, 1934