Gibsland, Louisiana: Bonnie and Clyde Death SiteWhere America's favorite outlaw lovebirds were riddled with dozens of bullets by hidden lawmen.
Visitor Tips and News About Bonnie and Clyde Death Site
Looks like a new monument is in the making at the ambush site![Babs, 02/12/2014]
More weathered, graffiti on back, great place for a Christmas card photo![Laura F, 12/02/2013]
Well, this marker got knocked over, driven over, and repainted battleship gray. Make sure to visit the museum![James The Route Pro, 06/20/2013]
During our road trip we thought it would be fun to see this monument. When you exit I-20 and head south, you pass thru a very small town where Bonnie and Clyde ate their last meal (which is now the museum). You will then make a right on a small street and head west a few miles. It seems like forever. The monument sits on the north side of the street and you can drive right up to it. If you are into gangster/mob Americana then it's well worth it. While driving on the small street I thought to myself "What are we doing this for?" But after you get there, and take a picture or two, you now have a great conversation topic that most people are interested in because of the history and story of Bonnie and Clyde.[Jliddi71, 11/11/2012]
This monument, in a very secluded area quite distant from any towns, identifies where the two famous outlaws were shot and in killed in an ambush by law officers, after a well-publicized career of mayhem and murder.[Gerald D Massey, 07/04/2012]
This spot is just as rural as it was 80 years ago, during its brief bloodbath of fame.