Inside Folsom Prison 50 Years After Johnny Cash Made It Famous
KPIX 5's Allen Martin takes viewers on a look inside Folsom Prison, a half century after a legendary concert by Johnny Cash that gave the world Folsom Prison Blues. (1-1-18)

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