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Haunted Insane Asylum

Haunted Insane Asylum

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Cassadaga, Florida

Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp:

The Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp is a community of spiritually-minded people located in Central Florida. The spiritualist camp has been operating for 116 years in the Orlando/Daytona Beach area. The Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp

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Insane Asylum | Old Hospital

Insane Asylum | Old Hospital

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Alameda, California
Abandoned Insane Asylum | Alameda Abandoned Hospital:
This old abandoned building Alameda is located at the intersection of Mariner Square Drive and Marina Village Parkway.
According to some sources the “abandoned insane asylum” was actually a m

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Sandia Ranch | Abandoned Insane Asylum

Sandia Ranch | Abandoned Insane Asylum

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Albuquerque, New Mexico
Sandia Ranch | Abandoned Insane Asylum
The Sandia Ranch Asylum is carefully guarded by its current owners. Get permission before visiting this location. They have some large fierce dogs, apparently, that they aren’t afraid to let loose if there are tresp

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Spencer State Hospital for the Insane

Spencer State Hospital for the Insane

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Spencer, West Virginia
Spencer State Hospital for the Insane Information:
Spencer State Hospital for the Insane was built to meet the increasing demand for another facility to care for “the insane”. The first hospital was built in Weston, West Virginia in 1859. This

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Retreat Cemetery and Retreat Tower

Retreat Cemetery and Retreat Tower

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Brattleboro, Vermont
Brattleboro, originally spelled “Brattleborough” is located in Windham County, Vermont in the southeastern corner of the state near the New Hampshire/Vermont state line. Brattleboro is home to approximately 12,000 residents.
Brattleboro is the o

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Mount Misery Road | West Hills Park

Mount Misery Road | West Hills Park

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Huntington, New York
Mount Misery Road Information:
West Hills is a hamlet and census-designated place in the town of Huntington, New York. It is located in Suffolk County. West Hills has a population of about 5,600 residents.
Mount Misery Road is in West Hills in Huntington,

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Oregon State Hospital

Oregon State Hospital

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Salem, Oregon
Salem is the capital of the state of Oregon in the northwestern part of the state. It is the County Seat of Marion County, located along the Williamette River which runs through the center of the city.
Salem was founded in 1842 and became the capital of the Oregon

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Waverly Manor | Waverly Hills | Waverly Hills Sanatorium

Waverly Manor | Waverly Hills | Waverly Hills Sanatorium

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Louisville, Kentucky
Waverly Hills Asylum | Waverly Hills Sanitorium | Waverly Hills Sanatorium Information:
Located in Louisville-Jefferson County, Kentucky, the Waverly Hills Sanatorium/Sanitarium opened in 1910. It functioned as a two-story hospital that was able to accommod

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Mount Misery Road

Mount Misery Road

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West Hills, New York
Mount Misery Road Information:
Mount Misery Road starts at the intersection of Broad Hollow Road (Route 110) and Sweet Hollow Road. It ends at about Jericho Turnpike. Mount Misery exists in two locations, both notable for paranormal activity. Site 1 is on t

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Foxborough State Hospital

Foxborough State Hospital

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Foxborough State Hospital | Massachusetts Hospital for Dipsomaniacs and Inebriates
Seattle, MA
Seattle, Massachusetts is located in the south central part of the state of Massachusetts.
The hospital was opened in 1889 and worked primarily with alcoholics. Between 1889 and 1910, i

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Wood County Historical Museum

Wood County Historical Museum

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Bowling Green, Ohio 
Bowling Green is located in Wood County near Toledo, Ohio. It has a population of about 30,000 residents.
Wood County Historical Museum Information:
In 1865, the Wood County Board of Commissioners decided to build a poor farm. By 1867, they had raised

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