The agency has made public age-progressed photographs of the three convicts, all of whom would be in their nineties now if they had lived.
The United States Marshals Service has released three images that depict the inmates who escaped from Alcatraz prison in June 1962 as they appeared in their later years. The photographs were taken decades after the inmates escaped from the jail.
Making a raft out of prison raincoats and sliding it down a chimney allowed Frank Morris, the Anglin brothers, and others to break out of jail in San Francisco Bay sixty years ago. The escape was accomplished by sliding the raft down the smokestack. This was the culmination of months of planning, during which they climbed via prison vents and pipes. This was the moment they had been working toward.
To deceive the security personnel, the men hid plaster heads made of real human hair under their mattresses. They were not found to be missing until the morning after the previous day.
The family of the Anglin brothers alleges that they were photographed at a bar in Brazil in 1975, the same year that they are alleged to have been robbed, however, no bodies have ever been found in connection with the disappearance of the brothers. The News God reports that the FBI has not yet confirmed that the photo is authentic.