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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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After Andrew Heim's prison buddy finds a way to tunnel out of the prison, he escapes along with five other inmates, and they are dubbed The Pittsburgh Six.
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Facing a long prison sentence, Darryl Norris pulls off a brilliant escape through the ceiling of his cell and plans to flee the country.
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After getting handed a stiff sentence for robbery, Robert Nielsen escapes prisons and lives under the radar with his family, but they cannot shield the young fugitive from the challenges of being on the run.
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Bank robber Steven Ray Milam is dubbed the Handsome Guy Bandit, then he makes a costly mistake forcing him to leave his family and go on the run with the FBI in pursuit.
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A pair of friends and criminals escape from prison in 2009 and lead police on a manhunt across the Southeast.
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A man is wanted in four states for posing as a veteran and preying on women to get money.
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Career criminal Peter Gibbs faces decades behind bars for a string of robberies but refuses to go down without a fight.
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Prison escapee Jimmy Maxwell's volatile nature makes him a menace to authorities every time they corner him.
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Serving a 60-year sentence for a crime he says he didn't commit, Russell Kerr colludes with a fellow inmate, Christopher Stout, to hatch an elaborate escape plan.
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A man loses his drug business to a fire and robs a bank to pay his debt to the supplier; after spending time in jail, he escapes and settles down with a woman, but the FBI finally catches up with him.
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A violent con artist uses his girlfriend to forge bad checks and then murders her and her son so he can go free.
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After serving time for stealing from wealthy people, Brian Fuller returns to his ways of robbing the rich.
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Albert Paul is arrested for murder and spends the next couple of decades pulling off daring prison breaks only to get captured after every attempt.
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Even after getting caught, Tony Darwin continues working for a notorious smuggler until a deadly plane crash forces him to flee the country; the pressure mounts when his girlfriend threatens to rat him out.
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A man violates parole and refuses to go back to prison.
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A man arrested for killing his stepfather, with a friend, escapes from jail twice.
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A stolen weapons dealer is caught, but later escapes from prison.
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A 19-year-old's crimes escalate until he becomes the target of a nation-wide manhunt.
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Serving a life sentence for a double homicide, Harold Laird gets creative to escape from prison and evades the law on several occasions.
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Deeply in debt after suffering a serious injury, Jaime Jones dons a disguise and robs banks to pay off his debts and take care of his family.
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Anthony Ragno witnesses a murder, then goes on the run and builds a life trafficking pot in the Haitian islands.

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