The graves of Bonnie and Clyde


By Matt Swearengin - mswearengin@civitasmedia.com



Shown is the grave marker for Bonnie Parker at Crown Hill Memorial Park in Dallas.


Photos by Matt Swearengin | Durant Democrat

Clyde Barrow, and his older brother, Marvin “Buck” Barrow, are buried at Western Heights Cemetery in Dallas.


Photos by Matt Swearengin | Durant Democrat

A .45 ACP cartridge was left by someone visiting the gravestone for Clyde Barrow and his brother Buck Barrow.


Photos by Matt Swearengin | Durant Democrat

Shown is the historical marker for the Stringtown shootout.


Photos by Matt Swearengin | Durant Democrat

Atoka County Deputy Eugene Moore, killed by the Barrow gang in the Stringtown shootout, is buried at Rose Hill Cemetery in Calera.


Photos by Matt Swearengin | Durant Democrat

Bonnie Parker’s grave at Crown Hill Memorial Park in Dallas.


Photos by Matt Swearengin | Durant Democrat

There is so much history in our backyard as I have learned from my travels to nearby places. During a visit to Stringtown in November, I came across a historical marker for the Stringtown shootout. The monument is inscribed: “Near this place on Aug. 5, 1932, Atoka County Sheriff C.G. Maxwell and Deputy Sheriff Eugene
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