List Rules Vote for the most terrifying people who have somehow fallen off the face of the Earth
While many evil people are too dumb or greedy to get away with their crimes, some have managed to simply vanish, evading capture for years. A few criminals have managed to escape, either through connections in the underworld, the liberal application of fear, or the apathy of those around them.
Some are prominent terrorists hiding around the world, like former Al-Qaeda number two Ayman al-Zawahiri or legendary cartel head Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. These are men so powerful that they've managed to hide in plain sight in their own countries, but have escaped the watchful eyes of international law enforcement. In Guzman's case, he's escaped prison not once, but twice.
Other famous evil people hiding in locales unknown are longtime members of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted, vicious killers who murdered children and skipped town. For them, life is a never-ending glance over the shoulder, to make sure the police (or the folks at America's Most Wanted) aren't on their tail.
Fisher has long been on the run for murdering his wife with a gunshot to the head, slitting the throats of his two children, then blowing up their house. His motive for the 2001 murders is believed to be an upcoming divorce. The FBI suspects he may still be in Arizona, where the killings took place.
A former police officer, Hiers was wanted in 2005 by the US Marshals for serially molesting a ten-year-old girl. When the warrant for his arrest went out, Hiers murdered his wife and made a run for it. He's been a fugitive ever since and his whereabouts are unknown.
Said went on the run after being accused of murdering his two daughters in 2008. He was said to be abusive towards his family and was indicted for sexually abusing his daughters, though the case was dropped. Authorities believe he lured his 17 and 18-year-old daughters into a cab and shot them. While Said is an Egyptian national, authorities believe he's working as a cab driver in New York.
Wanted for the kidnapping, rape, and murder of a five-year-old girl in Philadelphia in 2000, Flores was deported in 2005 - before his involvement in this horrific crime came to light. Since then, he's been added to the FBI's Most Wanted List, and is believed to be either in his native Honduras or back in the US.