The Bonnie and Clyde abandoned " OUTLAW STATION " - History

Join me as we learn the history of "The Outlaw Station" in Glen Rose Tx. Where Bonnie and Clyde ran moonshine business out of the back of the store. This abandoned building has just been put on the market to sell. This building was built sometime in the 1920's. This building was part of the prohibition era. The owner at the time Ed Young built it to rival the local White Rock Roadhouse which was next door. The white Rock Roadhouse was a roadhouse and also said to be a grocery store for a illegally sold moonshine. The building finally was demolished around 2015 due to being unsafe. There is not much else documented after the sell of the place, but it seems from what little I could gather it was turned into a legit gas station and small grocery store sometime in the 50's and 60's. then not too long after that shut it doors and has been sitting abandoned ever sense. 🗨 What is your favorite part about this video? Have you ever seen petrified wood before? write your comment below

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