Dallas, Texas: Grave of Clyde Barrow - Bonnie and ClydeBonnie and Clyde, love-struck killers, are both buried in Dallas, but in separate cemeteries.
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This was my second visit here, first time in 2008. I wanted to add along with what is posted about the gate issue: this in not a really good neighborhood. So BE SAFE there.[Michelle, 02/13/2012]
Park on Neal street and walk to the front of the small cemetery on Fort Worth. The small entry gate chain has enough slack to let pedestrians in. There is a new fence around the maintained graveyard and it seems to be open to visitors. The graveyard was designated a historical site in 1988.[Joe Teeples, 02/01/2012]
The grave is still maintained. Parking is difficult as there is just a little pull-in in the middle of the graveyard.[MSchulze, 01/20/2012]
Grave of Clyde Barrow
Clyde (of Bonnie and Clyde fame) and Marvin (Buck) Barrow's are buried in Western Heights Cemetery on Fort Worth Ave. in Dallas Tx. The gate is locked and signs are posted "Keep Out." You'll have to jump the fence like I did to get pictures. The grave is on the left hand side close to the road.[Joe Boulter, 11/06/2006]
Grave of Clyde Barrow - Bonnie and Clyde
Western Heights Cemetery
- 1617 Fort Worth Ave., Dallas, TX
- Western Heights Cemetery. I-30 exit 42 or 42-B onto N. Hampton Rd. Drive north one block and turn right onto Commerce St. Drive a half-mile and then turn right onto Vilbig Rd. Drive four blocks, turn left onto Castle St., then make the second right onto Neal St. The Cemetery is on the right; the grave is in the southwest corner, near Forth Worth Ave.
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