On this date in 1933, Bonnie and Clyde (along with the rest of their gang) were hiding out at Dexfield Park, an abandoned amusement park near Dexter, Iowa. Their bloody bandages were spotted by locals who guessed that they belonged to the famous Barrow Gang. The gang were eventually surrounded by local lawmen and approximately one hundred local spectators. Once again, the gang was under fire. Clyde’s brother, Buck, was shot in the back and his wife, Blanche, who had been shot in the eye and blinded, refused to leave his side. Both were arrested; Buck died five days later. Meanwhile, Bonnie and Clyde escaped on foot.
There is some mild swearing and mild violence so recommended to be aged 12 or with parental supervision.