Which Famous Outlaw Are You?
Are you a gunslinger in the Wild West or maybe a notorious criminal during the days of Prohibition. Find out now.
How do you prefer to make your money?
Pick a Disney movie
Pick a sidekick
When your time is up, how will you go?
Which mode of transportation do you prefer?
Have you spent time in the clink?
If you hadn't chosen a life of crime, what would be your profession?
Pick your weapon of choice
Where would you live?
Billy the Kid
Billy the Kid
You are Billy the Kid, an American Old West gunfighter. You've escaped from jail, stolen and have killed 8 men, including a Sheriff. When you joined up with the Regulators you became a well-known outlaw. As your fame grew, so did the number of law enforcement who were determined to see you hang for your crimes. On July 14, 1881 you were shot and killed by Sheriff Pat Garrett in your own bed!
You are Jesse James. An American outlaw, gang leader, bank and train robber you are the most famous member of the James-Younger Gang. You and your brother Frank were Confederate guerrillas during the Civil War and after that robbed banks, stagecoaches, and trains. You have a reputation for being a "Robin Hood", robbing from the rich and giving to the poor, however, there is no proof that you shared with anyone besides your gang. A member of your gang, Robert Ford, took your life on April 3, 1882 by shooting you in the back.
You got John Dillinger. Having spent most of your adult life in the clink, you jumped back into criminal activity the moment you got out. Eventually you became public enemy number one and also a nationwide celebrity. You're so bad ass that you broke out of a jail with a phony gun and stole a sheriff's personal car. Too bad a so called friend ratted you out to the feds, thus ending your life as you exited a Chicago movie theater.
Bonnie and Clyde
Bonnie and Clyde
You are one half of the infamous duo Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. The two years you were together were chaotic—living on the run, eight murders, seven kidnappings, half a dozen bank robberies, jailbreaks, felony armed robberies and automobile thefts. Constantly being hunted by the law, your time ran out on May 23, 1934 on a rural road in Louisiana. A posse of officers ambushed and killed you and your sweetie, however, your enduring appeal to the public imagination continues to live on.
You are Belle Starr, a notorious American outlaw who associated with the James-Younger gang. Marrying a Cherokee man named Sam Starr, you settled in with the Starr family and learned the ways of organizing and planning for horse thieves and bootleggers, also harboring them from the law. You were arrested and charged with horse theft, serving 9 months in jail while your poor husband was assigned to hard labor. After getting out of jail, your husband was killed in a gunfight, putting an end to your life as an outlaw. Your death some two years later, is one of mystery. Ambushed during a ride home from a neighbor's house, you were shot several times but the killer(s) were never found.