Things were going all wrong for Marcus Schrenker. Three of the Indiana businessman’s companies were under investigation, and to top it off, his wife wanted a divorce. But instead of facing the music, Schrenker, 38, sought a novel way out: He intentionally crashed his single-engine turboprop plane Sunday night in Florida, putting it on autopilot and parachuting to the ground. Then he disappeared. He was last seen Monday, wet from the knees down, in Alabama, where he told police he’d been in a canoeing accident. The friendly officers put took him to a hotel, only to find he’d slipped away after donning a black cap and running into the woods.