abandoned prison complex on Isle St. Joseph, French Guiana. Remembered as one of the most infamous and deadly prisons in the world, located in French Guiana. Established by the French Emperor Napoleon III's government in 1852, this small island penal colony in French Guiana remained in use until 1952.
"Reincarnation exists, and for society's worst criminals, death is the ultimate escape plan. Prisons keep them alive as long as possible but once they die Interpol races to locate, identify, and contain them before it is too late."
The Eastern State Penitentiary is located in Philadelphia PA. The Penitentiary, built in the 1820's-30's, is a National Historic Landmark now open to the public and is run by a non profit group who offer guided and unguided tours of the old prison.
The jail cell of St Peter and Paul before their executions. They baptized fellow prisoners and their guards here. Located underground at the mermitime museum near the roman forum over 2500 years old, it was perhaps originally a sistern. Said to be the place where Paul wrote his letters to the Ephesians. Take a container to take water from the adjacent holy spring, thought to be the source of the baptism water for the jailers.
"Stings doesn't it? It's isolated to your DNA. So - while I can walk through these lasers just like that. If you so much as touch them, you'll be temporarily paralyzed and the force will throw you back into the room. In short, don't try to leave. It will be painful and fruitless."
Moundsville Prison, WV -The ghost of a maintenance man who was stabbed to death by prisoners in the basement for telling the guards on them. The circular entrance gate still turns on its own eternally bringing in prisoners to the facility. Areas where paranormal activity is most common include: The Sugar Shack – an indoor area used when the outdoor exercise yard could not be used, Death Row, the Shower Cages and the North Wagon Gate – where prisoners were held before execution in the days
Boise, ID - The Old Idaho Penitentiary opened its doors in 1872 to some of the West’s most desperate criminals. Today, visitors can experience over 100 years of Idaho’s unique prison history with a visit to Solitary Confinement, cell blocks, and the Gallows.