For nearly 30 years, Alcatraz Island was a federal prison that housed the likes of Al Capone. But it was also home for a select few children whose parents worked as guards. Now some of those former residents are recounting their fascinating experiences to InsideEdition.com. For Chuck Stucker, who grew up on the island, it "was not a whole lot different than people who grew up on a small military base." Leigh Scheps (http://twitter.com/LeighTVReporter) has more.