How to disappear in the modern era: A private investigator’s guide
The ‘mind-blowing’ story of an alleged fugitive who turned himself in after 30 years on the run has left Australians scratching their heads.
Private investigator Luke Athens had some involvement with the case, and told Clinton Maynard it is possible to go undetected, “with some really careful planning”.
“The one common denominator we see in missing persons cases in the past is that appearance would be the first thing that you would need to make amendments to.
“You would have to really disconnect from social elements, and not really get too well-known or connected with individuals – you wouldn’t want them to know too much about your past and who you are.”
Press PLAY below to hear Mr Athens’ fascinating insights