Joe Arridy gives his toy train to another inmate before he’s taken to the gas chamber in 1939. Called by the warden “the happiest prisoner on death row,” Arridy had an IQ of 46. (65/77)

Joe Arridy gives his toy train to another inmate before he's taken to the gas chamber in 1939. Called by the warden "the happiest prisoner on death row," Arridy had an IQ of 46.

⁠He was pardoned 72 years after his execution when it was revealed that local police had coerced a false confession from him.

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