I (Almost) Got Away With It
Former fugitives tell their stories of life on the lam.
Bill Ratner (Narrator)
|"Got Two Homes in Mexico" A 17-year-old gang member flees to Mexico to avoid a 48 year prison sentence. (Repeat)||AHC|
|"Got to Work on a Crab Boat" Kenneth "Speedy" Raulerson is wanted in Florida and flees to Alaska to work the crab boats. (Repeat)||AHC|
|"Got to Make a Dummy Out of Sheets" A man facing five life sentences makes a daring escape. (Repeat)||AHC|
For the lowlifes profiled in this series, their stories may be different, but the motive is always the same -- to live life on the lam. They evaded justice for years, sometimes decades, by using all means necessary, until law enforcement finally caught up to them. Along with a re-enactment of the story, each episode features a prison interview with the one-time fugitive, who tells of his adventures while on the run, how he survived and stayed one step ahead of the law ... and how he almost got away with it.
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