So, Bernard Madoff, the man behind the $65 billion Ponzi scheme, is headed to a federal prison in Butner, N.C.—according to unnamed prison officials—but he's currently in Georgia. Bloomberg News has the best angle: "Conman Bernard Madoff was moved to the U.S. Penitentiary in Atlanta, the same facility where Charles Ponzi was incarcerated, to begin serving his 150-year sentence." The prison has medium-security detention center for "holdover inmates" in transit. It's unclear when Madoff will head to N.C., but the AP listed his famous future fellow inmates: Adelphia Communications' John Rigas and his son, Tim who were "convicted on multiple charges of securities fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud and bank fraud," Jonathan Pollard, the American convicted of spying for Israel more than two decades ago," and "Omar Abdel-Rahman, also known as the blind sheik, who was sentenced to life in prison in 1995 for his role in a plot to kill Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and blow up New York City landmarks, including the United Nations." You can keep tabs on Madoff's whereabouts by using the Bureau of Prisons inmate locator—it lists his release date as "11-14-2139."