Some people of Alderson, West Virginia, say that after she's finished with her first visit, they'd like to see homemaking diva Martha Stewart come back again, voluntarily.
Alderson is the home of the Federal Correctional Institute where Stewart will serve her time for lying to federal investigators.
Betty Alderson, who once worked as a secretary at the nation's oldest prison for women, says it's really a beautiful campus.
There are no gates or fences and most days, anyone can drive straight to the warden's home.
The prison that opened in 1927 has seen the likes of Billie Holliday, Tokyo Rose, and would-be presidential assassins Squeaky Fromme and Sara Jane Moore.
Stewart must report by October eighth. After her release in early March, Stewart must serve five months under house arrest.
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