The iron bars of Joliet Prison might once have held John Wayne Gacy, Baby Face Nelson and other notorious inmates as unwilling guests, but their stories now desperately cling to the limestone walls. After 160 years spent crammed with victims of misfortune and agents of mayhem, the grim landmark immortalized in movies like The Blues Brothers is now entirely given over to the ghosts of its past. Follow a singing ghost to the convict cemetery where thousands of unclaimed bodies are said to lie. Listen for the tread of Odette Allen, the warden's wife who was brutally murdered in her bedroom on the second floor. Unlock the gates of Joliet Prison's haunted heritage with Wendy Moxley Roe.