Worst of the Worst: FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List Turns 60

For 15 months in the early 1950s, Thomas J. Holden was the most wanted man in America. A prodigious stickup man who terrorized Midwestern banks and mail trains for decades, Holden murdered his wife and her two brothers following a drunken row one spring night in 1949. He even escaped from Leavenworth Prison. Holden was just one more criminal who was quickly forgotten, but the way he was finally caught gave him the distinction of becoming more than just a footnote in American history. On...Full Story
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