During this period, he worked at Joliet Prison in Illinois (1953-1954), investigating anemia produced by antimalarial drugs.
Sent to Joliet Prison for one year, he attempted to escape but was caught and spent another two years in prison.
The Joliet Prison is located near Joliet's downtown district on Collins Street.
One such television series filmed at Joliet Prison was Prison Break.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment in Joliet Prison.
Since its closure, Joliet Prison has been used much more as a set for various film and television projects.
Information on Joliet Prison at the bottom of the page.
By the time he was finally captured a year later, he was sentenced to Joliet Prison where he would spend the next seven years.
Located in the nearby city of Joliet, the former Joliet Prison is much older and smaller.
Honeck spent the first years of his sentence in Joliet Prison, where in 1912 he stabbed the assistant warden with a hand-crafted knife.