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Apparition clue. The 46, 000-square-foot Preston Castle has 77 rooms and no fewer than 43 fireplaces and 257 windows. IONE Dad always told me if I didnt behave – “clean up my act” were his exact words, actually – that I would end up in a place like this. Meaning, reform school. Meaning, Id get pummeled by some kid whose crimes far exceeded my rap sheet of sassing back and chronic failure to clean my room. Meaning, I would regret how good I once had it at home. Until recently, I had managed to avoid such a fate. But when I finally set foot into the Preston Castle, the crumbling yet still regal brick building on a hill looking over this Amador County burg, and heard stories, absolutely hair-curling tales, of life and times of “youthful offenders” in the euphemistically dubbed Preston School of Industry from 1894 to 1960, it certainly made me appreciate that I did, indeed, clean up my act enough to be spared the indignities of forced confinement. A 10 tour, courtesy of the Preston Castle Foundation, lays bare the harsh life behind the castle walls and how, for some, it changed their lives for the better. Youll see the floor – yes, the hygienically dubious floor – where doctors performed operations before 1913, the year someone finally had the notion that a gurney might be a better surface on which to cut someone open. Youll ogle the dunking baths, where a rich chemical stew once was used to purge each newly shaved-headed boy of lice and dignity. Youll stroll through the stark institutional green dormitory where Company B, the real incorrigible hard cases, slept in row upon row of flimsy mattresses and shared just one lidless toilet. And youll see the basement kitchen area where, in 1950, cook and housekeeper Anna Corbin was bludgeoned to death by a boy who either was training to be a food critic or had some anger-management issues. Or both. Then again, life here wasnt all unrelenting grimness. After all, these young wards of the state got three squares a day and a roof over their heads, which is more than many could say for their life on the outside, especially during the Depression years when desperate parents were known to dump their charges at the castle as if it were some day care-slash-boarding school. These boys, ages 7 to 18, had a tennis court and a rose garden. They had a 7, 000-book library with a veranda overlooking the town. The more docile and agreeable boys were even able to live in cottages ringing the castle and learn trades more socially acceptable, if not as lucrative, than hot-wiring cars or burglarizing homes. Sure, many still tried to escape and were recipients of corporal punishment that today would be considered barbaric and certainly litigable, but many Preston boys went on to great things and productive lives, counting among its distinguished alumni singer Merle Haggard, actors Rory Calhoun, Lee J. Cobb and Eddie Anderson (Rochester on “The Jack Benny Show”) and tennis star Pancho Gonzales. This much is certain: The boys lived in some tricked-out digs, a 46, 000-square-foot, 77-room mansion with no fewer than 43 fireplaces, 257 windows overlooking the tawny Amador County foothills, a tower festooned on each side by intimidating gargoyles, hallways bedecked with ornate wainscoting and a rutilant sandstone exterior in the Romanesque Revival architectural style. Its all pretty much trashed now. Dont blame the wards. They, by all historical accounts, kept the place spic and span. Its the state that helped turn Preston Castle into a looters haven, stripping the place of almost everything not tied down and much that was after the 1960 closure. And now, its the nonprofit Preston Castle Foundation – which just a few months ago was gifted the deed to the property after nearly two decades of wrangling with the state – thats trying to rehabilitate the structure just as the boys were hoped to be rehabilitated in days of yore. The first step, of course, is fundraising. Ask members of the foundation, which has leased the castle since 1997, how much will be needed to restore the castle, and they throw out figures between 15 million and 30 million. This is eyebrow-raising until you actually step into Preston and see what decades of neglect have wrought. Some walls are stripped of, well, walls. They are reduced to exposed beams, like the grin of a partially toothless hillbilly. Ceilings sag, floors buckle, stairs creak like the knees of an arthritic old man on a rainy day. Those 43 fireplaces? Stripped of their hand-carved mantles made from rosewood. The marble flooring and sinks? They probably now are spit-polished and shiny and adorn any number of homes in the region. “When they closed the place, the state told (its) workers, ‘You can get your friends and anybody can come up and take what you want from the castle because were going to demolish it, ” said Donnie Page, Preston Castle Foundation docent. “But they didnt demolish it. Still, they took all the molding, even the fire hoses. You know Firehouse restaurant down in Old Sac? Remember that beautiful spiral metal staircase they got there? That belongs on the fourth floor here going to the tower. The state even took and sold all the slate roofing. We finally got a roof back on it in 2001. ” Page just shrugged when tour members literally gasped at the cravenness of state-sanctioned stripping such a statuesque building for profit. Whats done is done, he said, and now comes the restoration stage. Not waiting for the high-rolling donors to pony up, the foundation has opened the castle to tours on weekends and select Thursdays. They draw a steady stream of the curious, those who have driven past the site on Highway 104 and wonder about the interior and the backstory. Quite a backstory it is, too. Page, a garrulous sort who moved to Ione after a career at the Sacramento City Unified School District, enjoys regaling visitors with tales from the past – the good and the bad and the spectral. Yes, like many an old, abandoned building, the Preston Castle is said to be haunted by ghosts, not just the tortured soul of the murdered Anna Corbin but some of the 17 boys whose graves line the sites cemetery. But the history of the castle is baroque and Dickensian enough even without ghosts. Page delights in telling about the crude conditions early on in the infirmary, which apparently was a busy place, especially in the first two decades of the 20th century. The 1918 flu epidemic affected nearly half the Preston staff and a third of the boys, Page said. Those not flu-stricken often began their matriculation at Preston battling TB or the effects of addiction to opium, alcohol or heroin. “Life was tough here, ” he said. Especially if you needed an operation before 1913. “Somewhere on this floor is where theyd do the operations, ” Page told the tour members, asking them to wander around the dusty concrete floor until they found the spot. It turned out to be in the far right corner, near a set of double windows. “The light from this window was so great, the doctor) could do it right here (without electricity. ” Cleanliness seemed to matter a little more when the boys checked in upon arrival. They were herded through a side door, shorn of their hair, stripped and led to a pool of harsh chemicals. With only a pole for support, they were made to walk, with their heads underwater, about 6 feet to the pools far end to rid their bodies of potential pests. “I call it a cattle dip, ” Page said. “A lot of these boys had open sores. I dont know how (this procedure) didnt kill em. Can you imagine the pain if you have an open sore on your head? The state eventually stopped that for inhumane reasons. ” Humanity did exist – see: tennis, the library, gardening – but that hardly made it a country club-like existence. But the boys tried to liven things up. Page tells one story about how the rose garden seemed to be quite popular one summer among wards who showed a great interest as budding horticulturists. Turns out, a tribe of youthful entrepreneurs had a marijuana crop growing amid the roses. Escape attempts, too, happened pretty much every week. A horn would sound in downtown Ione when it was discovered another Preston boy had flown the coop – there was no barbed-wire fencing around the vast acreage – and a manhunt would ensue. “You got a 10 reward if you turned a kid in, ” Page said. The young Merle Haggard made a break for it twice in the early 1950s, Page said. The first time, he and a buddy planned it six weeks in advance, shimmying down a fire escape and off into downtown Ione. Haggard, who apparently was as dexterous with car doors and engines as he would later be with guitar strings, sprinted toward the closest car he could find, jumped in, hot wired in it less than a minute and hit the gas pedal. “But he didnt notice the cars owner had chained it to a tree, ” Page said. Haggard hid in a cubby hole nearby the stalled car, as the police began their search. The police chiefs young son, the story goes, was about at eye level with the crouching Haggard. The two locked eyes. Haggard put his finger to his lips to shush the child. The boy ratted him out anyway. As Haggard later wrote in his autobiography, the last thing he remembered from that escape attempt was looking over his shoulder as he was being led away and seeing the little boy wagging his finger at him. “The next time Merle escaped, ” Page continued, “he stole the police chiefs car and got all the way to Fresno before he was caught and brought back. ” And what punishment did escapees face? “Contrary to what they said at the time, the boys were beaten, severely punished, ” Page said. “Boys were whipped and thrown in solitary confinement. It was pretty bad. ” The Preston Foundation has reached out to Haggard to perhaps stage a benefit concert. For some reason, Haggard reportedly declined the invitation. “He wants nothing to do with this place because of what he calls his ‘fond memories, like being hit with two-by-fours, ” Page said. “Merles got a tattoo on one of his wrists with ‘PSI on it. He hasnt forgotten. ” Apparently, neither have the apparitions that haunt the place. Page said he didnt believe the ghost stories until an incident happened to him in 2010, involving a gust of wind and an eerie feeling, that scared him off for six weeks before he eventually returned to docent duties. Dont let that scare you off. In fact, bring the kids to Preston Castle. Tell them if they dont clean up their acts, theyll wind up in a place just like this. Believe me, that rhetoric works. Preston Castle Tours For information on dates and times for tours of the Preston Castle, 900 Palm Drive, Ione, go to.
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Apparition sbr bag. Apparition harry potter. Apparition 2019 movie. Apparition movie. Lessons learned —dont be a wirdo. (Last Updated On: January 5, 2020) Perched on a hill overlooking the town of Ione, Ca, is an ominous presence that screams horror film and haunted encounters. Known as the Preston Castle, this menacing structures eerie appearance takes on a whole new level of frightening charm after one learns of its ghostly past. What had started out as a reform school for wards of the state in the early 1890s, developed into one of the regions most mysteriously tragic entities with reported ghost sightings, tales of unspeakable brutalities, a living history and at least one unsolved murder. Preston Castles Tragic History In the 66 years of the original Preston School of Industry, there were hundreds of escape attempts, numerous violent encounters, abhorred testimonies of sexual abuse, inhumane punishments and murder. Perhaps, no murder is more infamous than the “unsolved” brutal murder of Anna Corbin. Anna was the head housekeeper at Preston. On Thursday, February 23, 1950, Anna was brutally beaten to death and discovered shortly before a staff meeting. Historical accounts of where the body was found differ between sources. Some state she was found in a locked basement closet, some say near the kitchen and some say a supply room. One thing is clear, she was found in the basement around 2pm bludgeoned to death with a rope around her neck. The list of suspects was initially a long one. It was filled with both wards and staff. Eventually a ward named Eugene Monroe became the main suspect. Unfortunately, he was never found guilty of this crime. His first two trials were hung trials and he was acquitted in the third trial. Monroe was also a suspect in two other murders outside of Preston. Within a few years of Corbins murder, Monroe was incarcerated for murder in Oklahoma. In addition to Mrs. Corbins brutal death, there have been many suspicious reports of wards dying due to severe illnesses like tuberculosis. Unfortunately, there are also tales of wards being killed by guards and other wards like Sam Goins and Herman Huber. These tales are often debated by researchers, family members of former wards, protestors of Prestons existence and those who support the schools restoration. Despite the uncertainty of the details surrounding the deaths of the wards, theres a nearby cemetery filled with graves of wards who were “rehabilitated” at Preston. Check out my partial list of the Famous and Infamous wards of Preston School of Industry Preston Castles Haunted Past Nowadays, many Paranormal enthusiasts and professional ghost hunters claim that the Preston Castle is haunted. In other terms, there are spiritual “visitors” that reside in the castle. Anna Corbins spirit is often reported as one of the main spirits that “visits” the castle. Other reports claim that spirits of the wards who were killed while at Preston, or who died of health issues, also “visit” the castle. Additionally, theres an annual Paracon held at Preston that draws ghost hunters, paranormal enthusiasts from far and wide to be a part of this supernatural experience. Abandoned Preston Castle School of Industry The schools castle structure was closed in 1960 after a more modern facility was built nearby. The castle building itself sat for roughly 40 years, unused, not cared for, and just withering away with time. Tales of the brutalities and murders began to fade into the archives as the town put behind them the most notable Preston tragedies. But, the wards who continued serving their time at the newer Preston facilities, quickly learned about the old castles tales. This “history lesson” served as a deterrence to many wards and flirted with becoming urban legends among the region. The following is a video clip of restoration work being done on the castle in 1988: In 2001, the Preston Castle Foundation, in effort to preserve the castle, received a 50+ year lease of the building. In November of 2014, the foundation received ownership of the property. My encounter with the foundation and its docents was pleasant and very informative. Their efforts to preserve and restore the building goes beyond the glorification of death and brutality. In my opinion, their efforts center on returning the castle to its role as a community partner like it used to be. Back in the early 20th century, the Preston Schools infirmary was used by locals who needed medical assistance. Additionally, the schools band played in local establishments and the sports teams brought some positive encouragement to the community. Preston Castle Tours Today, the Preston Castle Foundation offers tours to the public. These tours focus on the schools positive history, touching on some of the paranormal and doesnt shy away from some of the tragedies. For more information on The Preston Castle Foundation and their tours, check out their website or contact them at 209-256-3623 The Preston Castle is a California Historical Landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The following video clip was once used at the beginning of public tours of Preston: My Tour of Preston Castle When entering the town of Ione, the castles Romanesque Revival architecture kicks you in the gut and steals your breath. In fact, I never seemed to fully catch my breath until I left the town of Ione. Turning onto Waterman Road seemed like I was entering a ghost town. It reminded me of my trip to the ghost town of North Bloomfield. All of the buildings were empty and lifeless. The road slowly takes you up to the Preston Castle gates, where I arrived about 35 minutes before the tour began. So, I decided to park by the gate and walk back down the street to visit the “modern” section of the Preston School of Industry. A Warning Sign As I stepped onto the grounds of the Colonial house for the first pictures of the day, a large vulture landed on top of the home almost directly above me. I could hear the wings flapping prior to its landing. Once on the roof, it let out an ungodly screech that sent chills up my spine. It was as if the scavenger of death was warning me of things to come. Either that, or it was putting a claim on my carcass. This was the largest bird I have ever seen in person. In fact its 5 foot wingspan made it look more like a medieval creature. I quickly recognized the vultures red face and black body. I hurried out into the grass to take a picture of this winged creature. It was an eerie experience and one that weighed on me as I prepared for my four hour tour of the haunted castle. Vulture on top of the Colonial Hou se The Castles Exterior If the castles appearance doesnt make you slightly apprehensive to enter, its massive size, which at times can block out the sun, will. Approaching the steps to the main entrance, my senses went into overdrive. Its like I could hear sounds more clearly, smell things more clearly and feel every breeze no matter how gentle it may be. Being on a Photography Tour allowed me the ability to freely roam the grounds. I wasnt confined to a designed tour of the castle. So, I took advantage of this freedom, and chose to explore the exterior first. Its not a quick journey by any means to walk around the exterior. In fact, this truly puts the castles size into proper perspective. One thing I noticed right away, the hopeless views from the windows. It was if the glass was especially created to strip the hope from each ward. They were dark and gloomy like a storm filled sky. The stairways into the various entrances seemed worn from usage. The bricks, which were built in San Quentin and Folsom Prisons, gave the building a lifeless, reddish outer shell. Initially, Preston School of Industry wanted to provide a “home” feel to the wards and not a prison like feel. Unfortunately, at no time during my lap around the building, did I see anything that would make me think, feel or imagine a “home” type feel to this place. In fact, it was the exact opposite. I felt despair, hopelessness and a drain on the soul. Inside the Preston Castle Entering the Preston Castle was more than just an excitingly, creepy exploration. It was a reminder of my past. Growing up, as a troubled youth and made many stupid decisions as a teenager. Truth be told, I could have easily ended up in a juvenile detention center due to all of the criminal activities that I committed. Theres an old adage that says “boys will be boys. ” Well, I would like to add a footnote to that adage and say “sometimes boys will be wards. ” If I spent my teenage years in California during the heyday of this castle, I could have easily been sent to Preston. I was so lucky not to get caught for any of the foolish crimes I committed when lost in my anger filled, misguided teenage years. It wasnt hard for me to put myself in the shoes of these wards and imagine the hard, brutal life at Preston. However, it also made me count my blessings that I never ended up in a place like this. The Basement of Preston Castle After making a lap around the building, I decided to head back to the courtyard and enter the castle through the basement into the activity room. Right away, you will notice that the inside of the building is like a maze, spanning both vertically and horizontally. Its really hard to decide which direction to go. My plan of attack was to spend one hour on each floor. The 4th floor wasnt open due to safety issues. The floor plan was rather strange as the shower room was positioned directly behind the activity room with not much privacy. Perhaps, the most intriguing part of the activity room is the antique looking piano hiding in the corner. After tickling the ivory for a few moments, I proceeded down the grim looking hallway. I walked straight into a large room, bypassing stairs up to the first floor and a hallway leading toward the kitchen. Check out my Photo Essay: Spooky Hallways and More This large room had some school desks to the left and barrels to the right. There was a room to the left of the desks and a room to the right of the barrels. It was down here where Anna Corbins body was found. After a few moments, I went over to the kitchen and the pantry. The old stove made for some wonderful pictures, as did the pantry. Across from the kitchen, was the plunge bath. This was where the new wards were forced to swim in a tub of lye. It looked like an indoor pool but sounded more like an early form of water torture. Unfortunately, there was no open entrance into this room so I proceeded upstairs to the first floor. Check out my Photo Essay: Kitchen and Dining for more photos of the Preston Castle Kitchen and Pantry First Floor This was probably the busiest floor in the entire building. Not only were there numerous photographers, but there were also several photo shoots taking place. Of particular interest on this floor was the dining room, infirmary, the prayer room, the main office and the small museum. This is where the outdoor front steps bring you into the building. Its often where most people begin their tours. When arriving onto the first floor from the basement, its difficult to decide which direction to head. My path of exploration was influenced by the amount of people in the dining area which is in the right wing of the castle if you are looking at the building from the outside. I decided to head to the left and ended up at the doctors office and then the infirmary. The doctors office had a strange feel to it. But, the infirmary was even more inspirational to ones depraved imagination. There are several beds in the infirmary which prompt thoughts of the various deadly diseases that ravaged this country during the early 20th century. For more pictures of the medical rooms check out Photo Essay: Preston Castle Creepy Rooms Doctors Office It really was a dog fight to get into the dining room. I had to save this room for last as there were two photo shoots and about a dozen photographers in here throughout the tour. But, this room is well worth the effort. In fact, its one of the most impressive rooms in the entire castle. Theres a nice fireplace, a staircase heading down to the basement and a large dining table from 1930. Check out my Photo Essay: Kitchen and Dining for more photos of the Dining Room The main entrance into the building is where the administration room is located, a large room with historical displays and the cool, old-fashioned vault. Additionally, theres what I call a “prayer room” located right off the display room. I would suggest that people start here first, say a few prayers and then begin the tour. Because, who knows what one might encounter. Second Floor Theres a few stair cases that lead up to the second floor. This floor mainly housed most of the staff apartments and a creepy dormitory for the boys. Its also said that Anna Corbins apartment was on this floor. However, there are conflicting reports that say she lived off site, which I tend to agree with. Regardless, all of the apartments were deteriorated and uniquely spooky. But, it was the dormitory that creeped me out the most. This was a large room that is often the source of horrific stories about abuse and neglect. The ceiling is a dark wood that looked to be a perfect spot for bats or other creatures of the night. One cant help but feel some sort of depressing atmosphere while in this room. Also on this floor was the library. This room was stripped of most of its identity. The 4 large windows provided plenty of lighting. There was a closed room connected to the right side of the library. It had beautiful large wooden doors that may have been made out of mahogany. Some believe there was a former classroom on the other side. For more spooky rooms check out my Photo Essay: Preston Castles Creepy Rooms Third Floor For a while, the third floor was closed off to the public due to safety reasons. However, on my tour, the third floor was mostly open. This floor was filled with apartments but had more of an isolated despair than the rest of the building. It was eerily silent as if its history was forgotten. Part of the third floor was closed off due to safety issues. One of the rooms provided a view through the rotted floor down to the basement. In fact many of the rooms suffered badly from deterioration. You could also see up to the fourth floor which was closed off. All of this decay and lifelessness added to the overall darkness of this castle. Check out my Photo Essay: Preston Castle Deterioration and Decay for more photos Fourth Floor This floor was closed off due to safety issues. Besides looking up from the third floor through the opening of the ceiling/floor of the fourth floor, the most you could explore was going up the staircase to a locked door. The 4th floor reportedly had more apartments for staff. The Preston Castle In The Media Over the last decade, the Preston Castle has appeared in various TV shows and movies. The following is a partial list of prominent media appearances by The Castle: Preston Castle Movie In 2012, A Haunting At Preston Castle was released to a meager reception. The plot centers around three friends being trapped in The Preston Castle and having to survive horrific, terrifying encounters. Preston Castle Ghost Adventures In 2009, Travel Channels popular show Ghost Adventures visited Ione and brought more mainstream attention to The Preston. The Lowe Files The popular TV and Film Star Rob Lowe brought his show The Lowe Files to Preston in 2017. It first aired in August, 2017, bringing more mainstream attention to this historic landmark. Apparition (2019) Apparition is a modern twist on some of the schools tragic history. Starring Mena Suvari and Kevin Pollak, this horror film was shot in and around the Preston Castle. It was released in movie theaters in December 2019. The film was also co-written and co-produced by local filmmakers. Final Thoughts on The Preston Castle Whether you believe this place is haunted or not, you cant ignore its spooky appearance and ominous aura. Add in the history of this place with its impressive architectural design, and you have what I call a tragic blend of history, mystery and horror. Despite what some may say, I believe the Preston Castle should be preserved and restored. This building is a historical landmark with a notorious history. Theres definitely a disturbing aura to this place that would make even the most staunch anti-ghost individuals pause in their tracks. I highly recommend taking the photography tour for those photography enthusiasts. It allows for more time to freely tour and engage the castle. My next adventure at the Preston Castle will be the overnight ghost tour. I can only imagine what “visitors” and creatures come out to play at night. For more on The Preston Castle, check out my Preston Castle Visitor Guide Directions to the Preston Castle in Ione, CA From Sacramento – take Highway 50 east to Sunrise and head south. Head about 15 minutes before making a left onto Jackson Rd. /Highway 16. Drive 11 miles before making a right onto Ione Rd. which is about two miles past Rancho Murieta. Take this road for 6 miles and continue onto Michigan Bar Road. Eventually, this road veers to the left and becomes 104 East. Stay on here for 3 miles and you will see The Preston Castle off in the distance. Look for the signs to the castle and make a left onto Waterman Rd.
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Just don't and save a bunny. Super scary! Me and my friends loved it. You don't see many movies like this. Apparition movie trailer. Jika video masih error setelah 2x play, harap bantu laporkan ke admin melalui livechat dengan sertakan linknya. A group of millennials experimenting with a spiritually guided app successfully connect to the other-world and are ultimately guided to The Preston Castle. This ominous, historic site of murder and torture is connected to each of them in ways theyll soon discover, thanks to the dead. The film is based on the shockingly true events of The Preston School of Industry. 4. 4 90 min 7. 5 144 min 5. 2 80 min 6. 0 92 min 3. 3 85 min.
Photo: courtesy of the Byrd family "The story of former Preston ward, Robert E. Byrd started long before his stay at the Preston School of Industry. In fact, to understand why he ended up there at all, one would need to know his back story. Robert E. Byrd was born on January 8, 1882 to parents Joseph Edgar Byrd and Helen M. Wilder. His father, Joseph, was a Confederate Veteran from New Orleans, LA, while his mother Helen had been brought up the daughter of a farmer and former Union Soldier from Forestville, New York. As certain as the tales of Romeo and Juliet, it was also obvious that the pair were in love. They even went so far as running away together against Helens fathers wishes, later eloping in Covington, Kentucky. Helens father did not approve of her marrying a “reb, ” as Joseph was from the South while Helens family was from the North. After marrying his love, Joseph became a traveling salesman, who represented cotton brokers, publishers and dry goods suppliers to retail stores, while Helen became a seamstress to make ends meet. They traveled a lot during their first years of marriage, going from Louisville, KY, Evansville, IN, and Nashville TN. In 1881, due to the tiresome life of being a traveling salesman with a family, Edgar Byrd chose to become an entrepreneur by opening a tavern in Florence, AL, hoping to make roots there. Unfortunately, this choice proved more harmful that good. In late December, Edgar Byrd became entangled in a fight with the former Mayor of Florence inside of his own tavern. The fight broke out and took to the street where it ended in a shootout, leaving the former Mayor dead. Although Edgar was indicted for murder, the charges were later dismissed due to “self defense. ” After being subjected to extreme stress, Helen gave birth to Robert two weeks later. Eventually, the family sold the bar and moved their family elsewhere. Around 1884, while traveling for work, Roberts father, all alone in his hotel room, died from malaria. Suddenly, Helen became the sole provider for her children which must have put a strain on her. She eventually moved back to her home county of Chautauqua County, NY. Once there, she bounced from boarding house to rented houses for many years, never being able to give her children the sense of stability she yearned for. After the death of her youngest son William, Robert seemed to have strayed down a path of delinquency. This was more than likely due to the lack of a father figure, unending hurt from the loss of his father and brother and also instability at home. By the time Robert was 12 years old, he had been in trouble with the law. In 1894, he was sent to the Burnham Industrial School in Eastern New York State (now the Berkshire Farm School) where wayward boys were taught to farm. He received a rigorous education there, until his release on March 1, 1896. He then when home to Fredonia, NY, only to get arrested again three weeks later. By March 26, he was sentenced to the New York Industrial School near Rochester, N. Y. For two years he served his time in a manufacturing trade school environment not so different from Preston. By January of 1898, he was paroled into his mothers care, moving to Buffalo, N. Y. As the Byrd family story goes, while Robert was working as a clerk in Buffalo, he became “restless. ” He then ran away to California at the young age of 17. Apparently, due to the stories of endless opportunities out west along with the romanticized folklore of the “get rich quick” life during the gold rush, he traveled to the Golden State with dreams of making it big. News accounts of that time period even mentioned that Robert went west “on a wheel, ” meaning he rode his bicycle from New York all the way to California. By the fall of that same year, Robert had made it to Gardnerville, Nevada and then onto Reno. After finding himself in trouble once again, Robert sold his bicycle and bought a train ticket to San Francisco. How Robert E. Byrd Ended Up In Preston (Ward # 416) In November of 1899, Robert had made friends with a piano player, Jesse Russell. Eventually the two teamed up and decided to steal a horse and buggy rig in Oakland. Driving the buggy to Irvington, they stopped to stay at the Irvington Hotel and skipped out on their bill. Leaving the horse and buggy be hind, they left on foot onto San Jose down the railroad tracks, more than likely hitching a ride on the train as it rolled by. By the time Robert had made it to San Jose, he stole another horse, this time taking it from a livery. He had played the part of a potential buyer wanting take it for a trial ride with the full intention on purchasing it, however he never returned. He rode that horse all the way to Solano, CA. He was then apprehended on November 16, 1899, being charged and tried for Grand Larceny in January of 1900 and sent to Preston for three years. Within two months of being sent to Preston, Byrd had become an ‘escape artist, walking out of Preston undetected. He did so by making a false key and opening his way out of the building. Within three days he was captured. Once again in July he attempted to escape only to be caught again. By December, it was reported that Byrd had broken into an officers room and stolen his revolver, concealing it for weeks while the officer never noticed his gun was gone. I dont know about you, but one would think that as an officer at a boy's youth reformatory, how could you not know that your gun was missing for weeks? That information from the officer makes me think the gun was actually planted in Byrds room to get him into trouble. How convenient that one random day, the staff just decided to raid his belongings and discovered the gun and a pack of red pepper. The pepper, they claimed, had been concealed for him to use at a later time in an escape to throw off his scent from any dogs used to chase him. Of course, because of this Byrd was punished severely and kept from being able to write his mother. Superintendent Hirshberg wrote several letters to Byrds mother, claiming to be sincere at helping him and also making sure to reiterate that he “was not” keeping Byrd from writing his mother. Eventually the Superintendent grew tired of Byrds shenanigans and the ward was later deemed “ wholly incorrigible and rebellious, not amendable to discipline and not fit for detention. ” Hirshberg then shipped Byrd off to the Court in Santa Clara where he was sent to jail there for the remainder of his sentence. What I find interesting is that after his ordeal at Preston, Byrd was never incarcerated again. In fact, he later went on to marry and have children and filed several patents with the Government for inventions he made. Byrd went on to work for and own several manufacturing companies including Pajaro Industries and R. E. Byrd Manufacturing in Erie, PA. Robert had done so well in his business, that in the 1920's his ads were seen published in various editions of Popular Mechanics magazine. During the 1930s and the height of the Depression, Robert's manufacturing business was doing so well that he had over 150 employees working 3 shifts, 7 days per week. Roberts legacy was then passed down to his sons, grandsons and great-grandchildren, who still continue to remain in the manufacturing industry as successful entrepreneurs to this day. Sadly, Robert didnt live a long life, dying at the age of 48 from congestive heart failure and kidney failure. One good thing that Robert took with him when he left Preston was a trade. Learning how to manufacture the key that he used to escape from Preston, was the catalyst that inspired him later in life to become a manufacturer. Courtesy of Kevin LeBeaume Robert E. Byrds experience at Preston was one of infamy as far as his many escapes, but the real legacy he left behind was the value of hard work and skills he acquired at Preston that catapulted his life into one of great success for the rest of his life... Chapter 5. From the book. "Behind The Walls: A Historical Exposé of The Preston School of Industry" by Author, J'aime Rubio (Copyright 2012 - ISBN: 13: 978-1481075046) UPDATE: Last year in 2017, I was contacted by a gentleman by the name of Kevin LaBeaume who discovered a small bird water whistle at an old antique shop that bore Robert Byrd's name on it. As it turns out it was one of many items manufactured by Robert's company the Robert E. Byrd Manufacturing Company of Erie, Pennsylvania back in 1920. I have since been able to get Mr. LaBeaume in contact with Robert's family and I am happy to see that Robert's legacy is still being appreciated even today.
Preston Castle U. S. National Register of Historic Places California Historical Landmark #867  Nearest city Ione, California Coordinates 3821′40″N 12056′13″W. 38. 36111N 120. 93694W Coordinates: 3821′40″N 12056′13″W. 38. 93694W Built 1890 Architect Schulze, Henry A. Architectural style Romanesque NRHP reference # 75000422 CHISL # 867  Added to NRHP July 30, 1975  The Preston School of Industry, also known as Preston Castle, was one of the oldest and best-known reform schools in the United States. It is located in Ione, California, in Amador County.  After construction was finished in 1890, the institution was opened in June 1894 when seven wards (minors under the guardianship of the state, but not necessarily juvenile offenders) were transferred there from San Quentin State Prison. The original building, known colloquially as "Preston Castle" or simply "The Castle. is the most significant example of Romanesque Revival architecture in the Mother Lode. citation needed] It was vacated in 1960, shortly after new buildings had been constructed to replace it. The abandoned building has since been named a California Historical Landmark ( 867) 1] and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NPS-75000422. 3] In 1999, the institution's official name was changed to the "Preston Youth Correctional Facility. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation announced on October 21, 2010, that the facility was to close, 4] and a closing ceremony was held on June 2, 2011. In popular culture [ edit] The 2014 film, A Haunting at Preston Castle, supposedly takes place at the castle itself and other surrounding areas. The 2019 movie Apparition written and produced by Mark S. Allen takes place at Preston castle and surrounding areas. Season 2, episode 1 sees the cast of the TV series Ghost Adventures at the castle. Ghost Hunters investigated the castle's paranormal reports in season 6, episode 6. Former wards [ edit] Former Preston wards include: 5] 6] Preston Castle in Ione, California, built in the latter half of the 19th century. Eddie Anderson (comedian) Rory Calhoun (Timothy McCown) Neal Cassady Don Jordan Eddie Machen Merle Haggard Ricardo "Pancho" Gonzales Tony Cornero Caryl Chessman Joseph Paul Cretzer Clarence "Tuffy" Reade Ernest G. Booth Allen Smiley Edmund "Spud" Murphy Ralph Fariss Felix Sloper Phil Thatcher Bill Sands Edward Bunker Gerald Armond Gallego Daniel Francis "Mexican Dan" Harris (a. k. a. Danny Droesch) References [ edit] a b "Preston Castle. Office of Historic Preservation, California State Parks. Retrieved 2012-10-06. ^ National Register Information System. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 15, 2008. ^ a b "Preston Castle Foundation. Retrieved 29 March 2018. ^ Hedger, Matthew (October 21, 2010. Preston Youth Correctional Facility to close. Ledger Dispatch. Amador. Retrieved 2011-01-30. ^ McManis, Sam (27 June 2015. Discoveries: Ione's Preston Castle opens up about its harsh, haunting past. Retrieved 29 March 2018 – via Sacramento Bee... Rubio, J'aime (November 28, 2012. Behind The Walls: A Historical Exposé of The Preston School of Industry. ISBN 1481075047. Rubio, J'aime (October 6, 2017. If These Walls Could Talk: More Preston Castle History. ISBN 1548569909. External links [ edit] Photos of Preston Castle by Angelica R. Jackson, 2007-present Preston Castle Homepage.
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