Comments Posted by Heather

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This is very interesting. I don't think all of the doors are handle-less. You never know if a ghost is actually in the building. You never know.
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Good Morning-

I'm licensing photographs on behalf of a theater company who is hoping to use this photograph as part of a slide show during a performance. How might I go about submitting an official permissions request?

Thank You,
Heather Salus
The Permissions Group
Heather[underscore]Salus[at]permissionsgroup[dot]com
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Last word I saw was they are tearing this place down to make a strip mall or something. It's just a shame. I hate to see these pieces of history eliminated. Could be so many things instead of rubble.
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My daughter and went up here in 2009 I think. We wanted to go in so bad! I am so fascinated with this place. Love your photos Mr. Mott.
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I love your site! All the buildings are intriguing, and your photos are awesome! Have you ever felt a presence at these places? Im sure the Ghost Adventures guy, Zack Bagans would love to explore. Thank you for creating this site. I've enjoyed it a lot.
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I work with some of the old residents of this institutions. They have told me some terrible stories of what happend here. And yes all of them have been sterilized.
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Hee hee I know Dr. Seidman- he's a brilliant researcher still on staff at MGH.
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It would be insanley creepy if the place was haunted and something other than human wrote it
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OMG I teach this right now... social pragmatics curriculum baby!
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I used to work with autistic children and we uses Applied Behavioral Analysis to teach them, and we used task analysis to teach these self help skills. Kind of a rustic form of the ABA used today but at least someone was actually teaching!!!!!
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Beautiful shots Mr. Motts. The cemetery photos are very haunting.
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Beautiful railing. Such a shame to see it crumble like it is.
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On the door in the back, the shadow almost resembles a hand.
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Have a seat and tell me how you are feeling today.
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When I first looked at the glass I thought I saw an angel shape in the glass.