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The Pauly Jail Museum is a historic museum in Union Springs, Alabama. It is also known as the Bullock County Jail Museum. It is housed in the 1897 Pauly Jail, the oldest surviving jail in the state of Alabama.

The Pauly Jail Museum is named after the construction style and the builder of the jailhouse, which used a number of cutting edge technology back in its day. It used steel jail construction, which proved to be an effective way of containing convicts. It is also has a room with a trapdoor in the floor, commonly used for hanging condemned prisoners.

The Pauly Jail Museum was also used as a location for the 2004 film, ?Heaven?s Fall?. It is located behind the 1871 Second Empire Style Courthouse.
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