Extensive searches for the Higgs boson at colliders have yielded no definitive signal of its existence. If the Higgs boson has novel decay modes that dominate the normal ones, the Higgs may be hidden in the new channels. The Higgs decaying into two new scalars is one of the most promising alternative decay modes. If the new scalar has a mass less than 10 GeV, then the Higgs could decay into four taus. This decay mode could have evaded direct searches at LEP2 and could be discovered at the Tevatron and with early running at the LHC.