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I'm going to date myself with this, but kind of remember 'fridges like that.
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Wowzer, what a shot. Beyond creepy. And yet fascinating.
Why can't someone revamp this into apartments? I wouldn't mind living in a place like this if the apartment was soundproofed so I didn't hear the neighbors. Seems like such a waste, all because of money.
I hope they had plenty of warm blankets for the patients. Tile floors, large windows, brick walls, two forced air heat ducts, this must have been cold in the winter.
Concrete block walls, high beamed ceilings, tile floors, two small heat grates by the door, this place must have been FREEZING in the wintertime!!
There's something about curved hallways that just doesn't sit right with me. I'm not sure what it is, maybe not being able to see the end or who or what could be coming around the curve? Don't know, but curved hallways have always disturbed me.
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I lived in the neighborhood abutting the Gaebler Childrens Unit. At least once a week maybe more there would be this very loud foghorn like sound that would blast over a loud speaker into our neighborhood. Do any of you know what this was?
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Now this doesn't look staged in the least!
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It appears from what I can tell that the art work on the wall is Madonna with Child. Again, the items on the floor and window sill looked staged.
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Those shoes definitely look staged, like a photographer purposely put them there for effect.
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I agree, tony. I'm surprised no one has taken it.
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Time to take a nap. That religious art is beautiful!
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A delicious home-cooked meal with pleasant conversation. Yeah, I can see that happening here.
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Look at that tilted cross above the door. The Exorcist comes to mind. Maybe...just maybe...someone attempted to cast our a demon. Head for the hills!!!
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My first impression....it looks spooky. A good setting for a horror film.