What are the odds that years after the famous pair, Bonnie and Clyde, made their names, there would be another Clyde Farrow (that's pretty darn close), and he would marry a woman named Bonnie?
The coincidence must have been quite an conversation starter at parties.
In 1968, however, Bonnie and Clyde had a bit of a legal issue with Old Tucson.
From the Arizona Daily Star, Thursday, March 21, 1968:
We scoured the archives looking for more on this story, but nothing came to light. So we don't know why Farrow was investigated and lost his job. We doubt he was accused of robbing a bank. That would certainly have made the newspapers of the day.
About Tales from the Morgue: The "morgue," is what those in the newspaper business call the archives. Before digital archives, the morgue was a room full of clippings and other files of old newspapers.