Prisons are sad places where hopes and dreams of a well-spent life either die or are put on hold for a very long time. Bayonne Prison, near the Southern Louisiana swamplands, was such a place - until about a year ago.
As murderous rioting broke out in every corner of the planet, fewer and fewer guards showed up for work, prefering to protect their familes and themselves rather than babysit convicted criminals. Locked up and left to die, the inmates seized control of Bayonne instead.
Eventually, nearly all of the former captives left in search of women, drugs, alcohol and other things rarely available in prison.
George stayed behind. This is his story.
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Published October 8, 2012
by Hands On Productions & Publications.
Horror, Literature & Fiction.