Sixty years ago, three Alcatraz inmates pulled off the impossible: they broke out. Now, new age-progressed images of the convicted bank robbers could crack wide open the puzzling mystery. The escapees made papier-mâché heads with human hair to trick guards into believing they were sleeping in their cells. In 1979, the FBI declared the men drowned in the frigid waters of the San Francisco Bay. However, the case was reopened after a letter was reportedly written by one of the escapees.