Comments Posted by joy

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This one has all the makings of a kickass wallpaper
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Brewery-turned-apartments sound like my kind of place! I hope the same could be done to save this building. And they should fix the neon sign too.
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Wow, so many big huge monitors! Love the lavender wall paint.
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I suppose you can actually get one made by a tailor, or DIY enthusiast. Doesn't look that complex.
It's very sad that these are still used on people today. I have a friend who visited a mental institution in recent years. She said it is not the kind of place she would visit again ever.
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Which building is this Door Maze located, does anyone know? I'm thinking of shooting a short film here
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So very excited to see a new gallery! I have been lurking in your site for years. Just want to say thank you because I immensely enjoy the photographs and your snippets of writing. I especially love the Kirkbride hospitals and asylums, keep coming back to look at them. PS I hope my small financial contribution helped maintain the site. I love this place.
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Our StringMan has very beautiful handwriting
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For the soap dispenser of course.
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How Ominous! I love it.
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I have decided. This is going to be my new bedroom! Beautiful shot.
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It's just common practice to avoid numbers of bad omen, even in today's world. My guess would be that there was never a patient #666. Just like buildings missing the 13th floor. (In china it's usually the 4th & 13th floor missing in commercial buildings. 4 sounds like death or die in chinese)

Anyway, sorry to post dribble in an old gallery. Saw the updates, glad you're back!
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Or one very fancy soap dispencer...
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black mold instead of green, nice change up
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ILoveDecay "the green is starting to grow on you" beautiful lmao
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My mom worked at this hospital for over 20 years. I have been there many times.