An escape is a way of approching life, not just a way out for a certain situation. It is hard to withstand a life in prison, and even harder when you are innocent. Let’s see the best escape plans of those who did not stand the life in prison and were certainly not innocent and let’s see also those who were lucky enough to dodge harm’s way through an escape.
7. Jason Bourne
After being reported for the smell of gasoline, a flat in a Los Angeles building was visited by LA PD. Breaking into the appartment, they found the owner climbing out of the window and onto the fire escape on a run. A lot of interesting things were found in the appartment; $15,000, drugs, amunition, and an AK-47. The pictures founded in the appartment suggested that the fellan did a lot of disguising.
6. The fellan in love
In 1973, Dwight Worker attempted to smuggle drugs from Peru into the United States. Being cheap and easily obtainable, Worker thought of making some money through selling some cocaine in America. However, he got caught at the airport and was send to The Black Palace of Lecumberri. After spending two years in the notorious prison, he got beaten up and stabbed more than a couple of times and he spent 41 days in solitary. He fell in love with a woman who was at the prison to visit someone else and she assissted him in the escape. He disguised as a woman in heels!
5.The fellan who killed The Light
James Earl Ray, took his way from the ground up on the criminal ladder. He started robbing some groceries, commiting some mail frauds and ending up committing murder. He escaped prison more than once through some bakery shipment, another through a homemade ladder and another through the destraction of a staged fight of his inmates. This man was the murderer of Martin Luther King and he dies in prison from hebatitis C.
4. The gospel that saved my life
Willie Myrick, the nine year old who was abducted by a stranger, was actually saved by a gospel. In his abductor’s car, Myrick kept singing the gospel song ‘Every Praise’ for three hours till his abductor got infuriated and got rid of him. Hezekiah Walker then flew to the boy and gave him a warm embrace.
A Russian airplane were held captives in the Afghan city Kandahar for over a year. Taliban wanted to exchange prisoners but the Russian government claimed they had no Afghani captives. After the year was over, it was more than enough for the Russian captives that they planned an escape. When it was time for the afternoon prayer, the guards were away and the russians made their move and set fire on the plane and it was the end of it for them as they flew away.
2. The Berlin Wall climber
Over 100 people tried crossing the Berlin Wall and they, unfortunately, died trying. Trying to cross the wall is an offense that could get you shot on sight. Happily, Wolfgang Engels was the only one who ever attempted such a task and managed it. He drived a tank into the wall but was unable to smash it so he tried climbing the wall but he was shot. Western Germans were able to fetch him from hanging in the barbed wires and his wounds healed on the other side of the wall.
1. Alexander The Great
Alexander pearce is an Irish man he went to jail because of stealing six pairs of shoes! He was put in the notorious penal colony Tasmania then moved to Macquarie as a result of his escaping attempts and trouble making. Macquarie had very little food and a lot of very vicious criminals. Pearce attempted an escape with other seven convicts and due to the harsh geography of the forrest beside the prison they remained there for days. Starving to death, they had to devour one of them. Pearce was then recaptured and his allegations of cannibalism was ridiculed. In his next escaping attempt, he kept a piece of human flesh in his pocket to proof that he was then a cannibal and that he liked the human flesh to other food. He was sentenced to death in1824, thankfully!