UNBELIEVABLE!!! Check Out The World’s Most Dangerous Prison Where No-One Can Escape

   
   

UNBELIEVABLE!!! Check Out The World’s Most Dangerous Prison Where No-One Can Escape

What to know everything about the prison of no return? In order to keep criminals, the governments of every country build jails (Jail) from

where inmates are not allowed to give outside appearances before the completion of their sentence. There are also reports of prisoners

escaping from many places. But today we are going to tell you about a prison from which even an animal cannot run away. This prison is

so dangerous that no prisoner has escaped from this prison till now. We are talking. The ‘Alcatraz jail’ is located on the Alcatraz island off

   
   

the coast of San Francisco in the state of California, America.

This prison was built in the year 1934, but it was closed in 1963 due to high maintenance costs. Now this gel is used as a museum. To see

which millions of tourists reach here every year. This prison is also known as ‘The Rock’.

UNBELIEVABLE!!! Check Out The World’s Most Dangerous Prison Where No-One Can Escape

This prison was one of the most stringent security arrangements in America. All around which was the cold water of San Francisco Bay and

from which no prisoner could ever escape. It is said that in this prison, the most dangerous prisoners of America were kept, who could not

escape. Although a total of 36 prisoners tried to escape from here in the 29-year history of the jail, 14 of them were caught, while some

were killed by police shots and some died by drowning in water. Of which, the body of five prisoners was never found by the police.

It is said that three prisoners managed to escape from this prison in June 1962. Whose names were Frank Morris, John Anglin and

Clarence Anglin respectively? It was claimed in a letter to the police after many years. After this, the police also investigated them, but they

   
   

were never found. By which it can be proved that he is alive by escaping from jail. The family members of the captive brothers, John Anglin

and Clarence Anglin, also claimed that they were alive, but they did not meet.

   
   

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