Does Belle Starr Look Like Maureen McCormick?

Following the rules is overrated, or at least it is for these two good-girls-gone-bad ladies. Outlaw Belle Starr was one of the wildest 19th-century women that the West had to offer. The femme fugitive, also known as the "bandit queen," was known for...
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Following the rules is overrated, or at least it is for these two good-girls-gone-bad ladies. Outlaw Belle Starr was one of the wildest 19th-century women that the West had to offer. The femme fugitive, also known as the "bandit queen," was known for...
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Following the rules is overrated, or at least it is for these two good-girls-gone-bad ladies. Outlaw Belle Starr was one of the wildest 19th-century women that the West had to offer. The femme fugitive, also known as the "bandit queen," was known for creating safe places for other outlaws to come in and kick their boots up while they hid from authorities in Oklahoma. Starr and her husband Sam were eventually caught for stealing horses and sentenced to nine months in the pen, but even that didn't stop the "bandit queen" from keeping her criminal throne, having been indicted three more times afterwards. So how is this rebellious robber similar to her lookalike Maureen McCormick, the seemingly sweet and innocent actress who played Marcia Brady, whose biggest worries were brushing her hair and avoiding footballs to the face? Well, it turns out that McCormick couldn't be further from her Brady counterpart, as she plunged herself into the world of drugs after appearing on The Brady Bunch. Her book, Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice, revealed that she struggled with several illegal substances before cleaning up and getting sober later in life. Just proof that once a good girl goes bad, she can still make another 180. Do you know any other bad gals who look alike? Let us know in the comments below!