There are secrets hidden at the Florida State Reform School.
One day in the late 1950s, Richard Colon was working in the school's laundry room. After a long bathroom break, Colon, then a student inmate in his early teens, said he returned and found the room empty and quiet, except for one tumble dryer that was running.
A young boy had been shoved into it, he said.
"I looked around and I thought 'I could help him, but if I do, what will they do to me?'" he said, assuming the boy had been...Full Story