“She envisioned the ambush that took their lives, but Clyde failed to heed her warning.
Bonnie Parker (1911-1934) and Clyde Barrow (1900-1934) were the infamous US criminals who carried out a series of robberies in the Southwest. They were eventually betrayed and then killed in a police ambush.
On the morning of their last day on earth, Bonnie had a premonition that death awaited them. She expressed her concern to Clyde who at first heeded her warning, but then insisted everything would be OK.
Apparently, Clyde at first drove off without her when she refused to get in the car. But after several minutes, he returned to get her and convinced her that her vision was only in her imagination.
It was said that Bonnie had a highly developed ESP and that Clyde apparently often relied on her psychic abilities.
Police had trouble tracking Bonnie and Clyde, and more than one officer of the law commented that it was as if the bandits “stayed out of harm’s way because they were could see what was around the bend.”
Before Bonnie met Clyde, she said she had dreamed of spending her life with an outlaw and that when he eventually showed up, he looked exactly the way she had envisioned.