Pretty Boy Floyd
Tied to numerous violent bank robberies in the early 1900s, Pretty Boy Floyd was involved in a life of crime very early on in life. After pledging to better himself, he went on to murder the man accused of killing his very own father. It was much later, during his involvement with the Kansas City Massacre, that he became a truly terrifying outlaw.
Floyd managed to evade the FBI for a short period of time and was eventually named as one of the FBI’s most wanted. Ultimately, his crimes caught up with him. Pretty Boy Floyd was shot to death by the FBI in a cornfield on October 22, 1934.|