Well, I am a recent fan, and I'm "desperate" searching for something that may clear out some things. In other way, could you please provide me with some information? All that a recent fan would like to know of, like biographic data or psychological traces. I can easily read a simple text, with light contents, since I barely speak/write your language.
Thanks in advance! Regards-- June 17, 2009 4:33 PM
"Hello Helena". With so many international visitors to this blog, some of whom may be new to B&C history-- I thought it important to answer your question, in a way which might help others as well as yourself. I'm happy to help all I can. However, I'm not sure how I can recount such a large amount of history, within the summary you desire. I might suggest you or any new fan to this history, begin by exploring Frank Ballinger's B&C's Hideout website. A link to this truly "exceptional" B&C site, among others-- can be found on the right of the blog. Much of the info on Frank's site, is divided into topical segments-- which would be a good way to learn. Then perhaps you could pick up one of the many fine B&C books, which have been published over the years. I would suggest Fugitives, or whatever affordable version of the 1934 classic you can find-- as a good starting point. The Signet paperback version of Fugitives, is called The True Story of Bonnie and Clyde. Jim Knight's book Bonnie and Clyde A 21st Century Update, is also an excellent choice-- where the story of B&C is truthful, comfortably told and well written. Of course, stick with The B&C History Blog for accurate and balanced B&C info-- posted within a wide range of topics.
Thanks for your question.