There are countless books, TV shows, and movies dedicated to showcasing life behind bars. They show us how both violent and petty criminals interact. But what happens when things spiral out of control? When inmates turn on the guards and riots break out? Or when guards become power hungry and torture inmates?
A prison can serve a variety of purposes. It can be a place of rehabilitation where the system tries to reform the inmate and make it easier for them to reintegrate into civilian life. It can be a place that prizes punishment as a means to stop illegal behavior. And, in the worst circumstances, it can be a place of state sponsored torture that doesn't care if an inmate is truly guilty.
Though many of the prisons in this book tried to change an inmate's behavior through non-violent means, their systems almost always devolved into one of corruption.
Abuse, rape, unhygienic living conditions, and even murder make up the stories of each of these prisons. Their histories are dark and not for the faint of heart. The inmates and guards who lived, suffered, and died in these prisons still fill their cold, abandoned corridors with malevolent energy.
Before reading any farther, be forewarned that not everyone who enters these prisons will be let out…
About the Author
Roger is a non-fiction author that enjoys writing about our worlds conspiracy theories, true paranormal stories and ghost stories. Over the years it has always staggered him as to how many unexplained mysteries there are in history.
A small town in Romania is where Roger likes to call home with his wife and dog. Here he finds the inspiration to write and explore all the unusual happenings of our world.
If you're into unexplained phenomena, the paranormal and conspiracies that have happened in the past and continue to happen, then be sure to check out his books.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book contains mistakes similar to ones I see in ninth graders' essays. It's actually fairly hard for me to read, and while it may be a fault of mine to not be able to read around incorrect grammar, it's surprising something so poorly editted as this was published.
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