The first two are of places inside the prison. The first photo is clipped from a longer-range picture. I wanted to see what the white places were in the picture because I could not remember seeing anything white behind this particular door--I believe this is the entrance to the maximum security cells, but I could be mistaken.
If you look closely at the whitish-green spot on the lower right, do you see a face? And if you look up and to the left of that face, do you see another face looking through the mesh--a face with dark, slightly skewed eyes? Enlarging the photos helps to see them better--I'm not sure if these will enlarge if you click on them but them might. Imagination is a mighty tool, and shadows and digitizing create eerie images, but still these left me wondering.
I do not recall taking any photos in areas that were as dark as this next photo. The tour was pretty well-lit. So I cannot tell you where this was taken--but look to the left of the greenish area--do you see a figure leaning out from the side? When enlarged, there was a shadow also leaning on the right side of the photo.
There is a fairly well-known photo online called "The Shadow Man" that was taken at Moundsville. This photo is not as clear, but interesting. I had never heard of him until we enlarged the picture and both grandchildren who were looking at the pictures with me shouted, "Shadow Man!" Gave me chills.
The next photos raised chill bumps too: a letter from Charles Manson to the Moundsville warden, asking to be moved to the West Virginia facility. The warden answered in few words, according to our tour guide: "it will be a cold day in hell." Guess he didn't want a new inmate.