The prisoners who escaped from Alcatraz in 1962 are alive, according to relatives.
Alcatraz – Prisoners who fled in 1962 possible that they survived because relatives claim that have evidence.
Three fugitives which escaped from Alcatraz, FBI said that they drowned, now after decades emerged claims they survived.
The three roommates who decided to brave act that many did not succeed, and that no one dares and try to escape from the infamous Alcatraz island 50 years ago, survived and it is possible that they are still alive, at least so say their family.
Prisoner Frank Morris and brothers John and Clarence Anglin were able to leave the island and landed on a raft which they probably a quickie designed and sailed in June 1962 and since then have never seen more. The prison officials announced that they had drowned.
Today cousins of brothers Anglins, to dispute these claims say they have evidence that they paddled along the coast and survived, and also have the Christmas cards from brothers who sent to the mother and the photographer who is a witness that they were alive in 1970.
Anglins and Morris performed amazing escape through the opening of channels that led from their cells and the opening are made with a spoon until they made wide enough that they can squeeze.
Before leaving, they made the beds and left a lot of paper and hair, tuck the bed so it would appear that they still lie.
They managed to get away through the vents to the roof, smashed the roof and when they reached the top, they improvised raft by using raincoats that are inflated.
Previously, the authorities claimed that it is almost impossible to escape from the island and the bones that have been found near the coast are their likely, that the fugitives drowned.
However, with the permission of the family Anglin, investigators have unearthed the remains of the alleged brothers, but DNA analysis showed that the bones are not theirs.
Alcatraz is in America the safest and the most secure prison, is it possible that someone managed to escape from it ?!