Former Alcatraz Prisoner Returns to Reunite With Ex-Guards

čas přidán 25. 08. 2018
For three years Alcatraz was home for William Baker. The ex-con returns every year to revisit his past. The Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary, now a national park, was open for nearly 30 years from 1934 to 1963. It housed some of the country's most notorious criminals, including Al Capone. It was also home to the prison guards and their families. They reunite each year to swap stories from days gone by. InsideEdition.com’s Leigh Scheps (twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.

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  • I wonder if any of them ever played mob of the dead.

  • Younknow if you go through things together and as you get older your prospective changes. Soldiers go through wars and will site down and break bread with the enermy. Would you say thats normal or just a respect for each other. Bravo gents

  • "Nineteen Sixty REEEEEE"

  • Oh no the zombies will come

  • 4:40 why is 6ix9ine’s grandma here

  • 1:18 What the hell is going on with that bird.

    • TeemSmeek He’s looking for food

  • 196reee

  • Imagine a kid living on the same island with the most dangerous and ruthless criminals

  • I wouldn't recognize him as a former alcatraz inmate.

  • Bro, the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 Map looks exactly like the real thing.

  • He was a criminal ? 🤨

  • 1:17 "nineteen-sixty REE"

  • I love how it says next tho the sign Indians welcome

  • When I took a tour I saw him there I think he works there

  • 1934 to 196 REEEE

  • Future prisons will punish people by turning off the WIFI router

  • Who thought that the thumbnail was one of the prisoners that escaped on boat

  • Shanks through tears of joy

  • Ok boomer

  • At 1:18 the bird above the logo of Inside Edition clones itself🤣

  • I met him while i was there

  • I meet that guy

  • I have his autograph 😂 I went there and meet him

  • Leave a like if it reminds you of call of duty 2 of the map of zombies

  • I found this in a book a guy killed him self in there because he was in the cell for to long

  • 1934-196ree

  • the one time the justice system actually worked

  • 1:19 look at the bird

    • Yule Doc It’s a seagull

  • I got his signature

  • U can tell he is still a bad boy still

  • When I went for a school trip he signed my ticket I felt special 🥺

  • She’s alcatrazian because that’s her heritage

  • This story is sick why go back to jail after they release you

  • They didn’t especially love me hehe 😂

  • Love it

  • Hello

  • How did he survive from the zombies, what round was he on?

    • Bruv he had unlimited after life energy

  • Funny how some people can spend 6 years somewhere then 70 years later he says that’s all I know...

  • 1934 to nineteen sixty ree

  • 1934 1943

  • As a former CO who In there right mind would want to return to the facility they retired from and recall all there experiences. I hated it and left a state facilty after 10 years

  • 4:40 😂

  • "from 1934 - 196ree"

  • Okay boomer

  • Did he just say he learned counterfeit in there and said that’s what he did when he got out

  • Wow he is 96 he looks great

  • Ok boomer

  • Grandpa wild

  • Okay boomer

  • I met him and bought his book when I visited Alcatraz

  • When will the ones that escaped return for a visit?

  • Okay boomer

  • I’ve met this guy at Alcatraz

  • Up next “Gunshot survivor reunited with the man that shot him”

    • @void it's not a happy video like this, tho

    • Gabster link plz :)

    • Paden Martin thats actually a video on dr Phil lol

  • HER NAME JOE LMAO!

  • Soo he was a narc this whole time!?

  • What's Alcatraz? This is Mob of The Dead

    • zdayOG lmaoooo

  • Hmm interesting!!

  • The 97 and 89 year old doesn’t look their age

  • Dont dye your hair Jo