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A r/nosleep master publishes his first novel in The Patient, a horrifying tale set in a Connecticut mental hospital.
Are you brave enough to enter?
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was built to help make people well, but it soon became a living hell.
Bedlam Asylum’s chilling past haunts us to this day.
Patients checked in, but never checked out.
Scores of people died in the facility—how many of their spirits remain?
In a quiet hamlet north of New York City, darkness grew...
Outside of Washington, D.C. lies an abandoned institution with a thoroughly disturbing past.
Its brutal past has made it home to some of the most intense paranormal activity in the area.
A ghost hunter shares unsettling anecdotes—and chilling audio—from investigations at two of America's most haunted sites.
By Olivia Mason
You don’t want to be caught in these hospitals after dark.
Something needed to change...
This historic hospital for the mentally ill holds a strange history—and an even stranger ghost story.
These images are downright chilling.
These notoriously haunted places share long and violent histories and reports of souls who roam the grounds in search of redemption ... or revenge.
Check in at your own risk...
Enter into a historical nightmare.
Shuttered in 1987, the souls of those who lived there still haunt its halls.
"Sometimes I wish I never set foot in that hospital."
By Tim Nealon
Haunting its crumbling corridors are reports of disembodied screams, shadow people, and the restless souls of tortured prisoners of war.