Sunday, March 20, 2011

Crash Out: The true tale of a hell's kitchen kid & the bloodiest escape in Sing Sing history

David Goewey’s family history was tied to the fortunes of Sing Sing prison as his relatives were employed at the infamous prison near the town of Ossining, New York. If that weren’t reason enough to chronicle the worst prison escape in the long history of Sing Sing then a collection of news stories in the local Ossining newspaper sent to him by his brother, a prison guard, fascinated Goewey and started him on the research that led to his book.

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1 comment:

  1. G.O.D.,
    In context of underdogs trying to wrest liberty from modern proponents of misrule, the story sounds downright allegorical. My compliments on an excellent review.