Where Is Robert Fisher?

Synopsis: Explore the disturbing story of one of America's most wanted fugitives, Robert Fisher. Following the brutal murder of his family, Fisher went missing in 2001 - years later, his whereabouts remain unknown.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Charlie Minn
Production: Independent Pictures
84 min

(typing and scribbling)

(ambient chord)

(phone ringing)

- [Voiceover] 911 emergency.

- [Voiceover] 74th

Street and Oak,

there's just an explosion

off of Holly and a fire.

- [Voiceover] And a fire.

- [Voiceover] You bet. Big fire.

- [Voiceover] Can you see it?

- [Voiceover] Big fire.

You bet I can see it.

Some house just exploded

and ignited on fire.

- [Voiceover] Okay.

Big fire explosion.

Okay, I'm gonna go ahead

and send the paramedics.

If you see anything else,

give me a call, okay?

- [Voiceover] You bet. Bye.

- [Voiceover] Thank you.


(phone ringing)

- [Voiceover] Fire

and big explosion.

- [Voiceover] Hello, Judy.

- [Voiceover] Hi, I got a

fire and a big explosion.

- [Voiceover] What's

the, uh, location?

- [Voiceover] There's still

a general area of 7400 Oak,

74th Street and Oak.

- [Voiceover] 74th and Oak.


Alright, we're on the way.

- [Voiceover] 911 emergency.

- [Voiceover] Yes,

I just heard like

an explosion or something.

- [Voiceover] Okay,

around 74th and Oak?

- [Voiceover] Yes.

- [Voiceover] Okay, we do

have the Fire Department--

- [Voiceover] 2240, right

behind 2240 North 74th Way.

- [Voiceover] Okay,

what's going on there?

- [Voiceover] It's a big fire.

It's a really big fire.

It just like blew up.

- [Voiceover] Okay,

what's on fire?

- [Voiceover] The whole house.

- [Voiceover] The whole house?

- [Voiceover] The whole house

is burning up.

(dial tone ringing)

- [Voiceover] Hello?

- [Voiceover] Hi,

I'm calling about the

fire on 74th--

- [Voiceover] Yes!

Is somebody on the way?

- [Voiceover] Okay, we have

the whole world on the way.

I'm just calling to make

sure you guys are okay.

- [Voiceover] Make sure

they come in on Holly.

They get lost every damn

time there's a fire.

They've gotta come in on Holly.

- [Voiceover] Okay, thank you.

- [Voiceover] Is this

around 74th and Oak,

where there's a fire?

- [Voiceover] Yes it is.

There are people in there

in this whole house exploding.

- [Voiceover] Okay, we do have

police and fire on the way.

Were there people

inside the house?

- [Voiceover] Yes there are.

They're probably dead.

And the guy's house next door's

gonna catch on fire, too.

- [Voiceover] Okay, I'm

telling the officers right now

that people are

inside the house.

Do you know how

many people, sir?

- [Voiceover] I don't

know how many people.

(siren blaring)

- I remember the day

that it happened.

45 in the morning,

April 10th, 2001

there was an explosion

that was heard for miles.

And then a fire followed.

(dark ambient music)

- If you had a TV, and

you were in the habit of

watching local news

in the morning,

it was one of those

kind of things that

everybody sat back

and watched together.

Whole community

watched this live on TV

that terrible overcast morning.

- [Voiceover] The flames

just jumped out of the home

just before nine

o'clock this morning.

Here's what it looked

like from NewsHawk Five.

Soon after it started,

the house burned to

the ground in minutes.

Firefighters say

they heard explosions

even after they got here.

Police tell us they

heard popping sounds

on their way here or when

they got to the scene.

And there may have

been explosives

and ammunition inside the home.

But they can't confirm that

or how the fire started.

- We just heard this

tremendous explosion.

And the cat, well,

the cats went up about

five feet in the air.

It just shook the whole house.

And I ran out the front.

And I friend ran out the back.

And I saw smoke coming up.

- It was defensive immediately.

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