Son of a farmer and school teacher, Pablo Escobar, Stepped into crime while he was teenager. Selling fake diplomas was his first illegal crime.

In 1974, Pablo Escobar stole cars, for which he was arrested the first time.

At the height of his power,  He was earning an estimated $420 million a week and making him one of the wealthiest person in the world. 

Pablo Escobar burned $2 Million in order to keep his daughter warm while his family was on the run in 1992–93.

His brother said that 10% of $2.1 billion, or $210 million, was eaten annually by rats.

Pablo Escobar enjoyed a life of luxury in the many palatial homes he owned, but one of his most notable holdings was the 7,000-acre Hacienda Nápoles.

Pablo Escobar became known for his philanthropic efforts, which helped him become known as “Robin Hood.” He built hospitals, stadiums, and housing for the poor.

He is believed to have killed 4,000 people, including government officials and police officers.