In the words of L.J. Hinton, who runs Louisiana's Bonnie & Clyde Ambush Museum, "Just hang on to your hat, because it will be a bidding war!" We believe the "Consarnit!" at the end of that sentence is implied, if not stated explicitly.
Bonnie's .38-caliber revolver (found taped, awesomely, to her inner thigh) and Clyde's .45-caliber pistol will be up for auction among other personal items, technically known as "murderabilia."
So, if you can't quite spring for the gun, there's also the option of purchasing handwritten letters, Clyde's gold pocket watch, or Bonnie's makeup case. Originally owned by the Texas Ranger responsible for the ambush that killed the pair, the items are now being auctioned from the estate of Texas Collector Robert E. Davis.
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