Alcatraz was once known as the most extreme prison on the face of the planet. Escaping from it was near impossible. At least 36 inmates had attempted to escape in the past but none had ever survived. That all changed one day in June 1962…
The Great Escape
A group of three men plunged into the San Francisco Bay on their route to escape “The Rock”. Their fates were unknown until the police received a mysterious letter in January 2018 that changed everything and forced the FBI to reopen their investigation…
Alcatraz was a frightening place. The maximum-security prison was designed to make escaping impossible for America’s most hardened criminals that stayed within its walls. Three prisoners, however, figured out a way to escape. This case was one of the most notorious unsolved cases in American history.
Did They Survive?
While officials at the time said all three of them had perished in the icy waters, hints have shown up in recent years that the prisoners (who are now elderly) survived it all. A new letter has even made the FBI re-open its investigation of the case. So what happened?