One of the unlikely-to-ever-be-written stories: prison visits.
From March 2009 to 2010, 2,948 Nebraska prison inmates had visitors. That means about a third (1,434) of the state's 4,382 inmates didn't get a single visit during those 12 months. Pretty depressing.
The number might appear more extreme than it actually is, though, since many of those inmates were likely released or placed in custody towards the beginning or end of that period, meaning they didn't necessarily actually go a whole year without a visit.