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Are you interested in corresponding with someone in prison and becoming a pen pal with them? If so this is a good place to look. The site is kept up to date and the prisoners are anxiously waiting and hoping for someone to write to them. I know these prisoners personally and can recommend them to you.
However normal precautions should be taken when writing to any prisoner. Using a post office box is an excellent way to keep anyone from knowing where you live. Also never give out your last name until you are confidence that the person you are writing to is trustworthy. Remember that anything you send will be examined and read by prison staff. Don't send any packages, just letters. Any books or similar items you want to send have to be mailed from a store and needs to include a receipt.
Release Date: 2024
Hi, I am a Christian. I like sports; music, Tom Clancy and I love the Lord. Caucasian, divorced with 4 children. I love to read the Bible and Christian books.
Please Write: Joseph Wyatt #237816, PO BOX 351, Waupun, WI, 53963-0351
Release Date: Life
I am reaching beyond these prison walls today seeking & trying to find a women who is willing to correspond with a person in this kind of situation; I do have a life sentence at the moment. "The appeal is pending" and I want to get to know a women who's capable of still showing some human being qualities to another such as myself. Even though it is obvious that I've made some mistakes along the way.
I am 56-½ small stature, 158 lbs. 45 years of age, & born under the sign of cancer. A basic sort of guy with the exception of I have been reaching daily to reconnect with the Creator. I enjoy reading a whole lot, writing when I can, and listening to music also. I like learning about everything of some importance; this last part more then anything else. I would hope that you are a woman who can care about another & if so, please respond, and lets become pen pals & maybe friends along the correspondence course. Okay? Thank you for reading!
Please Write: John Foster #N - 13925, PO BOX 711, Menard, IL, 62259
Ernst Bruny, Jr
Release Date: Life
Hello out there! I'm so glad that you have taken a few minutes to stop and read this ad. By the time you get to the end, you will know a little bit more about me and I hope that you will give me the opportunity to make your acquaintance.
With that said, my name is Ernst, I'm 37 years old, 6'1" tall, 182 lbs. I would describe myself as a down-to-earth, fun-loving person. I love to laugh and make those around me laugh and smile. I know how to be a good listener, which enables me to be a good friend. I'm genuinely sincere in what I say and in what I
do. I have a caring and loving heart. Even in my current situation, I remain positive mentally, spiritually and emotionally. I spend a lot of time working on my case in hope of securing a release date in the near future. Apart from that, I enjoy spending my time writing creatively and listening to music.
I have placed this ad simply to meet new people and make new friends. I believe that I will find someone and/or something special in this process. If I have piqued your interest in the least bit, drop me a few lines to say hello. In time, if I can call you my friend, this ad was well worth it.
Please Write: Ernst Bruny, Jr. #B81985, Menard Correctional Center, PO Box 711, Menard IL 62259
Release Date: 2026
Financially secure man seeking female companionship that could result in a lasting relationship. I have been wrongfully convicted and I'm fighting for the restoration of my freedom. During my struggle I could discover if you're in my life for a reason, season or lifetime!
Please Write: Jeff Eberle #529732, Southern Ohio Correctional Facility, PO Box 45699, Lucasville OH 45699 USA
Release Date: 2029
Every night I see a face,
I'm a 48 years young and still a country boy at heart. I love the outdoors and I enjoy hunting, fishing and hiking. I'm also interested in cooking new and old foods alike.
Although I can't help myself I'm a bit of a romantic and I enjoy reading and writing poetry. I also have a good sense of humor and always open for learning and trying new things, I try to keep an open mind… Although I may have been forgotten I am still faithful there's a country gal out there that could heal this broken heart.
Each day is an opportunity to take a chance, but if we never reach out and take that chance how will we ever know what could have been?
So if you're curious or just plain interested in someone new to talk too, take that chance and maybe we'll match. :o)
Please Write:James Emerson #168690, Jackson Correctional Institution , PO Box 233, Black River Falls, WI 54615
Joseph U. Fleming
Release Date: 2017
Hello Ladies and future friends,
I would like to offer a genuine gift. Life has been based upon judgement. At the end of the day, just wish to have a true friend who understands. I could only wish to be attentive to the interest of your life, as only a true friend would. I'm searching to build future happiness and foundation with someone sweet, sensitive, and smart. I love to meet new people. I'm a loyal person of so many overlooked qualities. I would like to get to know you for who you are, the real you, smile. Deep down inside is a special worth, would you allow me to share this with you?
Take special care, Thank you!
Please Write: Joseph U. Fleming #81774, H.D.S.P., PO Box 650, Indian Springs, NV 89070
James Oriss Grove
Release Date: 2022
Hello my name is James Oriss Grove Jr. My inmate # is 57804. I have been working on changing my whole life around, as a
person and my ways in Christ. I am not changing my ways of Christ because I am in prison, its because my whole life has been a
mess and I found a friend who said I should look into a relationship with the good Lord.
Release Date: 2015
I'm a lonely guy in prison who's looking to be your friend. I'm from sunny California. I am laid back, easy to get along with. I'm not a shy person and welcome all conversation.
I enjoy sports, reading and music. I am a stranger to you now but given the chance I can show you I can also be your friend. If I'm not shy you shouldn't be either.
Write me, I'll be waiting for you.
Please Write: Francisco Ferro T28094, Centinela State Prison, PO BOX 931 D2 - 231, Imperial, CA 92251
Release Date: Life
Greetings from the confines. Incarceration can be a lonely daily prospect. Mail is like a beacon of light that shines in the darkness, which can bring a smile to one's face and warmth to their heart. I am hoping to find a few meaningful pen friends and develop long term relationships.
I am a Christian with a great sense of humor and I am a bit of a nerd. (Being educated in the fields of microbiology, chemistry & medicine) I was born and raised
in Dallas, TX and I am an Air Force veteran. I would like to write males or females and all races. Big, tall, short, or small, I'll write em all. I look forward to you taking a chance to gain a new friend. Be blessed on purpose.
Please Write: Steve Crutchfield # B81683, PO BOX 1000, Menard, IL 62259
Release Date: 2020
Orange County CA Beach kid. Christian man, warm, caring, compassionate, love animals, good food & cook. Love music, sports, fitness, outgoing.
Love sunrise & sunsets.
Competitive in all I do, good listener, out spoken.
Would like to connect with that special one. Is that you!
Please Write: Michael Marano #AM2594, Centinela state Prison, C-3-107 PO BOX 921, Imperial, CA 92251
Many prisoners don't have hardly anyone writing to them and this can be terribly lonely and frustrating. One of the best ways to reach a prisoner is to offer them Bible studies. This way you have a reason to continue writing back and forth with the studies you are sending and this will keep the relationship alive and active.
Prisoners who are truly converted will enjoy life more and be able to withstand the pressures and troubles that come with prison life. Converted prisoners that have a life sentence will be more content and can share their faith with others. Christian prisoners that are released will have an excellent chance of becoming productive citizens and won't end up back in prison. This will save taxpayers money and most importantly change a life for the better.