2. Bonny and Clyde
Bonnie Elizabeth Parker and Clyde Barrow Chestnut were famous American criminals, thieves and outlaws during the Great Depression er, who grabbed public attention between 1931 and 1934. Clyde started his career as petty criminal stealing from petrol station and small business, but the duo was known for numerous successful bank robberies.
Bonny and Clyde were killed during an ambush in Louisiana. Frank Hamer and five other police officers received a tip that the couple planned to rob a bank in Arcadia, Louisiana. They waited for a Ford V8 that Clyde previously stole and emptied their sub-machinegun magazine on it. The car was hit 130 times; Clyde died instantly from a burst on the head and Bonnie was mortally wounded. Their bodies were shown off to the media to authenticate their death.