Comments Posted by KT

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If they weren't insane when they went in, they were after seeing that thing...
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I have heard that the locks in old prisons and mental institutions, etc, are removed when the building is vacated so that anyone who happens upon the building can't get locked inside accidentally. What a fate that would be.
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Yeah, I looked at this pictured and laughed right away...Something about it is very funny :)
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its sorta scary...ya think? but it is really cool...just what i needed 4 my project
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I've lived just a few miles from this place for almost my entire life, but I've never gone inside. It makes me sad that this architecturely beautiful place has gone to waste. I know the asbestos and lead paint would cost way too much money to take care of and that's why, but it's still sad. I don't think I'd ever want to tour this place. It gives me the creeps just driving by. I was 8 or 10 years old and my mom was looking for daffodils for a flower arrangement and saw some up by one of the buildings and made me get out and pick them for her. I have never been more scared in my life. That place just has an eerie sense about it.