Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary - Blackened navy with blue pearl. This wears almost black.
Location: San Francisco, California
The history of Alcatraz Island is a long one dating back to 1775, when it was first documented. The island has served as a military fortification and military prison, however, it is most known for being a federal penitentiary. Alcatraz opened its doors to its first prisoners on August 11, 1934. Dangerous bank robbers and murderers made up the majority of the prison population including notorious criminal Al Capone. During the 29 years of operation a total of 36 prisoners made 14 escape attempts, and of these prisoners 23 were caught alive, six were shot and killed, two drowned, and five are missing but presumed drowned. The prison closed in 1963 and in 1972 is became a recreation area. In 1986 it was made a National Historic Landmark.
Guards and inmates both reported ghost activity in the prison during the years it was open. Some of these ghosts are said to be the spirits of Native American prisoners and officials who died on the island during the Civil War and in the military prison. Some prisoners reported hearing whispers, floating blue lights, and clanking of chains in unoccupied cells. One inmate was found dead in his cell the morning following an incident where he claimed to have seen glowing red eyes in the dark. D-Block is considered to have the most activity, with 14-D being the most haunted. 14-D is said to be permanently cold, even in the summer.
lymer, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric/Stearic Glyceride, Castor Oil, Cetyl Alcohol and Flavor. May also include Red #7, Red #6, Red #40, Red #27, Red #21, Blue #1, Manganese Violet andTitanium Dioxide. Pearls/Metallics may contain: Tin Oxide, Copper Powder, Bronze Powder.
Packaging: 7ml doe foot lip gloss wand
**Each batch is handmade and hand poured by me and it's possible there may be the occasional streak or pigment bloom but the batches have all been tested to ensure that they apply as they should.
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