'Priest' fled on a wing and a prayer
After breaking out of a US prison 47 years ago, George Wright fled to Portugal, married a local woman and raised two children in a house next to the beach.
But the odd-job man locals knew as African immigrant Jorge Santos was in fact a killer and plane hijacker.
Wright murdered petrol station owner Walter Patterson during a robbery in New Jersey in 1962.
Eight years into a 30-year stretch, Wright and three other men escaped. The FBI said Wright joined the Black Liberation Army.
In 1972, while dressed as a priest, he hijacked a flight from Detroit to Miami along with four other BLA members and three children.
FBI agents were forced to hand over a $1million ransom then watch helplessly as he and his accomplices took off, disappearing for decades.
The episode spurred the decision to install scanning machines in all US airports. FBI attempts to have Wright extradited to the US have failed.