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Title -  Papier-Mache Head Ruse in Cell


Description -  On the night of June 11 or early morning of June 12, inmates Clarence Anglin, John Anglin and Frank Morris tucked papier-mâché heads resembling their own likenesses into their beds, broke out of the main prison building via an unused utility corridor, and departed Alcatraz Island aboard an improvised inflatable raft to an uncertain fate. Hundreds of leads have been pursued by the FBI and local law enforcement officials in the ensuing years, but no conclusive evidence has ever surfaced favoring the success or failure of the attempt.


Description Source -  Bio from Wikipedia


Year -  June, 1962

Papier-Mache Head Ruse in Cell from 1962 Alcatraz Prison Escape

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