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Last Guard Out : A Riveting Account by the Last Guard to Leave Alcatraz
by Jim Albright




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The Last Guard Out is the fascinating true story of one man's life as a guard behind the merciless concrete walls of Alcatraz.I was newly assigned to the infamous island penitentiary of Alcatraz. Reporting to Alcatraz required me to uproot my wife Cathy and young son Kenny from Colorado to California. As we approached San Francisco via of the Oakland Bay Bridge we got our first foreboding glance of Alcaraz Island with a dense circle of fog surrounding it. A strange sense of dread came over me. I looked at our young son asleep in the back seat, then turned to my wife next to me and I whispered "What The Hell Did We Do".After moving on to Alcatraz our thought on Island life quickly changed and we decided not to apply for a transfer out, which consequently left us there until the Island closed in March of 1963.Because of our newly born daughters foot problem they left us there until June of 1963 making me The Last Guard Out.

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Overview

The Last Guard Out is the fascinating true story of one man's life as a guard behind the merciless concrete walls of Alcatraz.I was newly assigned to the infamous island penitentiary of Alcatraz. Reporting to Alcatraz required me to uproot my wife Cathy and young son Kenny from Colorado to California. As we approached San Francisco via of the Oakland Bay Bridge we got our first foreboding glance of Alcaraz Island with a dense circle of fog surrounding it. A strange sense of dread came over me. I looked at our young son asleep in the back seat, then turned to my wife next to me and I whispered "What The Hell Did We Do".After moving on to Alcatraz our thought on Island life quickly changed and we decided not to apply for a transfer out, which consequently left us there until the Island closed in March of 1963.Because of our newly born daughters foot problem they left us there until June of 1963 making me The Last Guard Out.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781434350770
  • ISBN-10: 1434350770
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publish Date: March 2008
  • Page Count: 212
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.48 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.7 pounds


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