1. Bonnie Parker Via en.wikipedia.org Name: Bonnie Elizabeth ParkerBorn: October 1st, 1910Gun Moll To: Clyde Chestnut BarrowWeapon Of Choice: Browning Automatic RifleMost Infamous Crime: Participating the the brazen broad daylight Eastham Prison Break that freed 4 prisoners and left one guard dead.Fun Fact: Despite her love of Clyde, Bonnie's body still wore the ring of her estranged husband, Roy Thornton. 2. Billie Frechette Via awesomestories.com Name: Mary Evelyn "Billie" FretchetteBorn: September 15th, 1907Gun Moll To: John DillingerWeapon Of Choice: Her CharmGreatest Crime: Fretchette housed Dillinger in her apartment after his prison escape, lying to police about his whereabouts.Fun Fact: Billie was half Native American and grew up on Menominee Reservation. 3. Blanche Barrow Via en.wikipedia.org Name: Bennie Iva "Blanche" BarrowBorn: January 1st, 1911Gun Moll To: Marvin "Buck" BarrowWeapon Of Choice: Unknown; Possibly HandgunsGreatest Crime: Armed robbery leading up to a shootout that left several officers dead.Fun Fact: Surviving the shootout with only permanent loss of sight in her left eye, Blanche was the only Barrow gang member to outlive her 20s. 4. Mae Capone Via myalcaponemuseum.com Name: Mary "Mae" Josephine CaponeBorn: April 11th, 1897Gun Moll To: Al CaponeWeapon Of Choice: NoneGreatest Crime: Unknown: Perhaps covering for her husband's many crimes. Or at the very least, turning a blind eye.Fun Fact: Mae Capone did not approve of Al's activities and told their son Sonny, "Don't do as your father did, he broke my heart." 5. Mary Northern Kinder Via oocities.org Name: Mary Northern KinderBorn: August 29th, 1909Gun Moll To: Harry PierpontWeapon of Choice: Getaway CarGreatest Crime: Assisting in helping 11 members of the Dillinger gang escape from prison.Fun Fact: She was one of only two women listed on the Chicago Public Enemies list in 1933. 6. Virginia Hill Via lacndb.com Name: Virginia HillBorn: August 26th, 1916Gun Moll To: Bugsy SiegelWeapon Of Choice: Her BodyGreatest Crime: Exceptionally Good Courier. Never caught. Never charged.Fun Fact: Bugsy refered to Virginia as his Flamingo, a nod of the head to her exceptional oral sex skills and ended up naming The Flamingo Casino after her. 7. Helen Julia Godman Via en.wikipedia.org Name: Helen Julia (Buda) GodmanBorn: December 4th, 1888Gun Moll To: John Homer T.Weapon Of Choice: Her BodyGreatest Crime: Seducing men into taking her across state lines for a fun romp, then having fellow gang members impersonate federal agents and kindly offer not to arrest the gentleman for "White Slavery" for a large lump sum.Fun Fact: Buda was a nickname from slang meaning "pretty as a flower bud". 8. Mary O'Dare Via texashideout.tripod.com Name: Mary O'DareBorn: 1913Gun Moll To: Raymond HamiltonWeapon Of Choice: Her WitsGreatest Crime: Narcotics traffickingFun Fact: While derisively called the "washerwoman" for her looks by Bonnie, O'Dare nonetheless tried to convince Parker to drug Barrow and steal him blind. Bonnie declined. 9. Opal Long Via johnnydepp-zone.com Name: Opal "Bernice" LongBorn: March 20th, 1906Gun Moll To: Russell ClarkWeapon Of Choice: Her HandsGreatest Crime: Assaulting an officer, breaking his finger during her arrest.Fun Fact: A large red-headed woman, she was affectionally referred to as the Macktruck. 10. Kathryn Kelly Via aceatkins.com Name: Cleo "Kathryn" KellyBorn: 1904Gun Moll To: George "Machine Gun" KellyWeapon Of Choice: Machine GunGreatest Crime: Mastermind behind the kidnapping of millionaire oil baron Charley Urshel to be held for a ransom of $200kFun Fact: Kathryn pushed her husband George into a life a crime and was far more brutal than her man, wanting to kill Urshel after the ransom had been paid. 11. Stephanie St. Clair Via blackpast.org Name: Stephanie "Queenie" St. ClairBorn: 1869Gun Moll To: NoneWeapon Of Choice: Her MindGreatest Crime: St. Clair ran the numbers game in NYC and eventually became the gang leader of Harlem.Fun Fact: Stefanie once complained of harassment by NYPD and when ignored, ran advertisements in the Harlem paper about officer corruption. She was arrested on trumped up charges to silence her. She countered by testifying about kickback she paid to local police, getting over a dozen officers fired.