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A DANGEROUS PYROMANIAC IS SENT TO SING SING FOR FORTY YEARS

Issue 1 and Volume 86.

A DANGEROUS PYROMANIAC IS SENT TO SING SING FOR FORTY YEARS Arsonist, Twice Convicted, Three Times Escaped from Prison, Finally Confined in Prison for Long Term, Probably the Balance of His Life DESCRIBED by Chief Fire Marshal Thomas B. Brophy of New York as “the most dangerous pyromaniac I have ever met,” Anthony Alloy, demon torch under the influence of liquor, twice convicted, three times escaped from prison, is finally behind prison bars, this time for forty years in Sing Sing as a second offender, which means that he will be eighty-eight years of age if he finishes his term. At this writing he is still a prisoner; an observation made by the writer in the hope that Fire Marshals, arson detectives and others interested in protecting human life, will clip his picture, file it and familiarize themselves with his career, as he has a penchant for finding his way…

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