In fall of 1897, Harry Tracy, along with prison-mate David Lant and two others, escaped Utah State Penitentiary after Tracy inexplicably drew a .45 Colt from a ditch they were digging outside prison walls. While on the run, Tracy and Lant were eventually apprehended and taken to the Routt County jail in Hahns Peak, Colorado (still available to visit today). After a couple of weeks, they escaped again, only to be recaptured again just south of Steamboat Springs. After a few weeks in the more secure Aspen jail, they escaped again! Read more here.