Prison Penpal Victor Ganus

Victor Ganus

Victor is 61 and incarcerated in the US (IL).

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I have spent a very long time in confinement. I have been on death row, then got back to a natural life. I spent 14 years in solitary confinement. On May 25th I will finish my 40th year since my last day of freedom. When I was 15 years old, I went to a youth home in St Charles, Illinois, I went to Joliet in 1980, went to Jefferson City Mo, for a bit stayed there 41 days came back into Illinois & caught a life sentence. The caught cases in prison that gave me the title of Frontstreet, a death sentence, a supermax stay for 14 years. People think to bide by a rule, did 40 years of this calm my nature? I am not as a normal man I assure you. I don’t whine about freedoms, or innocence, I do as Baretta sang, don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time. I am more interested in writing people in there elders, 50+, I will write younger, I will write any place in the world. It’s easier on my tablet, signing up at in Illinois at Pontiac C.C. I study the tarot, astrology, runes, a few other things that I will cover. I am of the left-hand path. I have known & been dominated by AZ, look to find a balance now with AKOMAN. I rock pretty much, have read a lot over time, people want me to do work with them, YouTube & Netflix, but I told people no. I have read a lot in my time, some of my favorite characters are Ayla from the clan series. Scarlette, Jane Eyre, Heathcliff & Katherine. I got a lot in my thoughts, no shadows remain I am in complete blackness, if you shine a sprinkle of light I will see the shadows & response. I don’t alter what I am to make anyone all the better. I am in a cage behind perforated doors, I got a lamp painted red light, I have an alter on my top bunk, King Solomons occult tarot, & rider & waite deck with a painting of Baphomet, in a pentagram. With Lilith sigil & Lucifers as well. I meditate daily, try to catch freedom in my dreams, travel the paths of the Qabalah. I write I talk, can you come into the tomb I dwell in & stand what I became? This is how I am, how are you. I will answer all. Street.

Date of Birth: 08/21/1962 (61 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Divorced
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: White
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 5 ft 10 in
Body Type: Athletic
Hometown: N/A
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: Luciferian
Astrological Sign: Leo

Profile will end on: 02/22/2026

Victor Ganus #N10826

Pontiac Correctional Center
P.O. Box 99
Pontiac, IL 61764

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Incarcerated Since: 1985
Sentence Received: Life Without Parole
Earliest Release: N/A

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Murder (x2)
Attempt Escape of a Felon from Penal Institution

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