Missouri State Penitentiary -
Sonny investigated the old Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, which opened in 1836 and closed in 2004.
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Enoch Knob Bridge Investigation -
Sonny and tom spent about 5 hours investigating this old bridge.
At least 2 deaths have occurred on the bridge and some believe it is haunted - by a dog -  a three-legged dog with red eyes. After 5 hours, they were approached by a three-legged dog, but it turned out to be a normal, non-ghost type dog. The legend of Enoch Knob Bridge has been debunked! Check out 3 photos of the bridge below.
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Footsteps in the snow -
Sonny was walking in a old part of the cemerty on a cold winter day and saw the tombstone below. It is for a mass grave. All around that spot were kids' footsteps, like they were playing, there were no adults foot steps except his. Upon investigation, it was learned that the remains of 43 adults and 53 kids were disinterred and stored for many years in a large box before being buried here.
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Assorted Tombstones -
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stone walls
the facilities in Sonny Liston's cell
Sonny Liston's cell in A Hall Housing, unit 4, cell #33
Welcome to the pen!  This is the front entrance to the old Missouri Penitentiary.
The building that houses the gas chamber sits in the yard, seperate from the main prison.
Here is another shot of the entrance.
a typical cell
old door
cellblock
another shot of cellblock
Sonny looks quite relaxed in the gas chamber.
the gas chamber
eerie looking hallway of cellblock
The imfamous A Hall
the tombstone for the mass grave
one of the children's footprints in the snow
another of the children's footprints in the snow
Sonny's footprint next to one of the children's - for size comparison