Damien Echols appeared on a segment for HuffPost Live on Thursday to discuss his new book, "Life After Death" and the documentary “West of Memphis,” along with director Amy Berg.
Host Ricky Camilleri discussed what life post-prison has been like for Echols, and what he wanted to do after being released.
"The very first thing that I wanted to do – I used to say, if these people don’t kill me, whenever I get out of here, this is what I want to do. And the very first thing on the list was go see a Boston Red Sox game,” Echols said.
“I love the Red Sox. I got to sit on top of the Green Monster. I got to sit in the owner’s box. I got to sit right behind home plate. I got to meet Theo Epstein, the whole team. My favorite player at the time was Jonathan Papelbon, and I was just going to ask him, ‘will you sign this baseball?’ And he says ‘Well, I’ve got something better.’ And he goes to his locker and gets out a game-worn jersey and signs it and gives it to me.”