I've always been fascinated with prisons... the way they're built & the secrets they must hold. I don’t believe every person in prison is guilty... and all free…
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Sing Sing cells, vintage prison postcard: Correctional Officer class had to walk in front of cells. Offenders were yelling look what we have Grandma and Grandpa I sure am scared now. It was funny I could not help as I walked by. Tried to keep from laughing or smiling. Jade G.
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And no matter how used to it you tell your self you are, the feeling of cold killing metal against your skin just sucks. There is a certain ache of "oh crap now I might actually die" l, along with the raging passion for your freedom that is inescapable. But it's also wonderful in about the most terrifying way ever.
House of Correction, St. John's Street, Nottingham, c 1900. The prison covered about ten thousand square yards of land, and was formerly occupied as a hospital, dedicated to St. John the Baptist. By the time the map of 1899 was published, the building was already in disuse as a prison. It was located at the east corner of Glasshouse Street and King Edward Street.
The Pea Farm
The Pea Farm is an old prison located deep in the woods of South Shreveport. It was a place you did not want to be in the 40's and 50's. General Moters owns the land now but cannot sell it or build on it because anytime they have tried to uncover ground to build there have been bodies found. It is said to be haunted because of the beatings and killings of the prisoners.