Cindini was restrained in a Humane Restraint regulation straitjacket then locked inside a Jail Cell by Burlington Co. Deputy Miller.

6 minutes later Cindini reentered the Jail Lobby givng back Miller his Dept. issued Handcuffs used as part of  her confinement. 



4/18/2007 FEMALE ESCAPE ARTIST VISITS BURLCO PRISON MUSUEM  Escape by Cindini Friday, Noon, Mt. Holly A record-holding escape artist will attempt a escape Friday, April 20, at noon at the Burlington County Historic Prison on High Street in Mt Holly. Cynthia Morrison, a.k.a. Cindini, of Florida, holds six world records including fastest handcuff escape on land and underwater and fastest suspended strait jacket escape. The Registry of Official World Records calls her “The World’s Preeminent Female Escape Artist.” Cindini will attempt the restraint escape at the Prison Museum on her way to New York City where she will be performing at Coney Island Friday night.

The Prison is a National Historic Landmark built in 1811 by renowned architect Robert Mills who also designed the Washington Monument. The poured concrete and brick and stone construction made the building virtually fireproof and difficult to escape. It was in constant use until 1965 and one the oldest continually used prisons in the United States at the time of its closing. The Prison is located at the intersection of High and Grant streets next to the Burlington County Historic 1796 Courthouse.

Pictured below is Cindini returning the Burlington County Deputy's Handcuffs after the challenge inside the Prison


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