In 1912 Jesse Pomroy (1859-1932), a convicted thirty years earlier for the murder of the girl to life in prison, made a new attempt of escape. He cut lattice, put his place on the bed pillows and began to wander through the corridors in search of an exit. At this time, woke up prison cat and began to walk behind the prisoner loudly mewing happily. This cat found the fugitive. Failure is not broken prisoner: during his imprisonment, he made 10 or 12 escape attempts.