The FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list has long instilled fear in the American public, chronicling the deeds of some of the nation’s most dangerous criminals.
Since the program began it has aided in the capture of hundreds of fugitives across the country.
The list was created in 1950 as a mutual pairing between the FBI and the nation’s news media to shine a spotlight on dangerous individuals who might be otherwise overlooked.
The list has amassed 514 names since its inception, only ten of those are women.
The first woman on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted: Honduran who kidnapped a millionaire’s daughter and buried her alive in the woods