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Both bullets missed, and they were later found to be blanks.Oxford was acquitted by reason of insanity and after serving time in an asylum was moved to Broadmoor.A Leading suspect in the Jack the Ripper case - and a notorious murderer of women - Cutbush was pronounced insane and died in Broadmoor in 1903.From the day of his arrest, the Ripper murders ceased.Since then, the only major incident has been the escape of the child rapist James Saunders.Nicknamed the Wolfman, Saunders went on the run after sawing through a one-inch-thick steel bar and squeezing out of a shower-room on the third floor. Now Broadmoor has experienced a different kind of breakout: the release of files dating back a century and more, which are being made available to the public for the first time.Every Monday morning at 10am, a banshee wail howls out over Broadmoor Hospital.For two minutes, the ear- splitting sound rings out like a wartime air raid siren as the alarm system is tested.
The idea was triggered by the case of James Hadfield, an ex-soldier who, in 1800, while watching a play at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, levelled his pistol at King George III and fired at him.
The 53-acre site, which now holds 260 men, initially had room for 400 men and 100 women, but not until 1948 did it cease to be a prison and officially become a hospital.