This barn is actually a historic maritime warehouse that was built in 1694 and was used to store wooden barrels over the winter when the river froze. It now sits along the a cove on the CT River but was once located on another location. during the 1936 flood it lifted off its original foundation and with the help of a massive amount of inmates from the local prison, was moved to this location. the siding has been replaced a couple times over the years but the post and beam remain original.
Skyline Drive,Are you brave enough to drive this road? This precipitous historic road was built by prison inmates in 1906 as a scenic byway for tourists in horse-drawn carriages. Today, the route has been paved for autos, but it still traces an extremely narrow 800-foot-high ridge, which can at times be a bit of an adventure for passengers’ stomachs. Pullouts are provided for those who want to savor the foothill views.
The Pragser Wildsee, or Lake Prags, Lake Braies (Italian: Lago di Braies; German: Pragser Wildsee) is a lake in the Prags Dolomites in South Tyrol, Italy. It belongs to the municipality of Prags which is located in the Prags valley. During World War II it was the scene of the transport of concentration camp inmates to Tyrol.
Texas State Penitentiary at Huntsville, circa 1880- talked about in Weston Family Series (books). Author Judith McNaught commented: "During the Civil War, the prisoners seeded cotton to be turned into clothes, blankets, etc
The West Virginia State Penitentiary is a retired, Gothic style prison located in Moundsville, West Virginia. It operated from 1876 to 1995. Currently, the site is maintained as a tourist attraction and training facility. Inmates and former workers claim that the "PEN" is very much haunted. There are a multiple of claims by inmates/workers of being touched and followed, items being thrown and sounds of footsteps.