The world's most famous wanted list and prisoner roster are connected by the number of criminals who appear on them both.
Since March 14, 1950, the FBI has apprehended or located 467 of 497 top ten fugitives. Nearly two dozen of them were former or soon-to-be Alcatraz inmates.
The capture of Winter Hill Gang leader James "Whitey" Bulger in 2011 brought renewed attention to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list and Alcatraz prison.
Bulger, an FBI top echelon informant, fled following an agent's tip about an impending indictment for 19 murders. He was placed on the list in 1999.
He once served 32 months on the Rock for his role in an escape plot while doing time for a bank robbery. He was even bold enough to tour the island while on the run.
The 83-year-old's trial is slated for June.
Thomas Holden was well-known in the late 1920's and early '30's for prison breaks and armed robberies. His long rap sheet included a ten-year stretch on Alcatraz.
On June 5, 1949, while on parole he shot to death his wife and her two brothers after an argument in their Chicago apartment.
Nine months later the FBI made him their first top ten listing.
He was arrested in Oregon in 1951 and died in prison at 58.
Holden and Bulger represent the dangerous and incorrigible types who end up on most wanted lists and behind bars.