1,576 Comments for Glenn Dale Hospital

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Me and my gf took a road trip from Chicago to Laurel to visit the Forest Haven Asylum on 6/3/17. The night we go there as I was doing some last minute planning in our hotel i found out about GDH...knowing absolutely nothing about the area me and my gf decided to visit GDH after visiting FHA and we walked right in to the what we now know as the adult hospital with no difficulty at all....as well at the building next to it, not sure what it was. A person did come out of the white trailer infront of the property and started cutting the grass....so we were trapped inside the building until he finished cutting the grass, then we were able to make our escape out of there....
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Dude radical photos mannnn
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This is scary asf
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I went in and explored last summer there is security and police but I managed to get in there was a huge group of us and we were in the building behind the security post and we all tried to see if anything was there like a ghost or somthing and we all we're in a circle and turned off our lights and we asked if anyone was there and all of a sudden I heard what sounded like a brick slide and then fall behind me. Maybe it was just an old building but it gave me the heebie-jeebies after that it is a very interesting place and if your sneaky enough no one should see you and you should be able to explore no problem
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Love green in photos. The vines give a sense of life to an, otherwise, "dead" place. Nice snap.
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Gorgeous shot, as always. Evokes a feeling of despair.
Heeeere's Motts!
@ Binky
Looks like Chloe to me
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I didn't live that far from this place and never knew it existed.
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Been to this place at night quite a few times. It is haunted. I kid you not.
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A place like this, you can tell they really tried to make it as healing and pretty for the occupants as possible. Such a far cry from the ugly industrialized hospitals & mental wards of the 60s and 70s.
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I love the names on the cubbys. Although I generally view graffiti as ugly, destructive and totally taking away from the joy of exploring abandoned places, sometimes theres something beautiful or clever enough to be worth it. This is one of them. The random crap on the mid right door can go to hell tho.
CREEEEEEEPY!!!!! Dark, stagnant water creeps me out more than pretty much anything else in these places. Shudder....
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I always feel like somebody's watchin me...
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It is Hitler...