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The Beechworth Lunatic Asylum is an abandoned asylum located in Victoria, Australia. It was used as a mental hospital from 1867 to 1995, it is estimated that around 9000 patients died at the asylum. The asylum is said to be haunted and there’s ghost tours almost every night.

truecrimefiend: “ The Beechworth Lunatic Asylum is an abandoned asylum located in Victoria, Australia. It was used as a mental hospital from 1867 to it is estimated that around 9000 patients died at the asylum. The asylum is said to be haunted.

Series of paintings discovered in an abandon mental asylum in Italy.

Behold the eerie work of Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione. These ghostly shadows painted in an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy are a part of an ongoing project titled Shadows.

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Painted Shadows in an Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital - My Modern Metropolis. Shadows" is an ongoing project by Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione that features eerie shadows taking residence in abandoned buildings.

Nested arches inside a ward building at Medfield State Hospital, a cottage-plan asylum in Massachusetts.  This campus, fully abandoned for years at this point, was used as the filming location for the outdoor scenes in the movie “Shutter Island”.  Shame they didn’t use the interiors as well; there are plenty of beautiful sights inside the buildings, such as this one.

Nested arches inside a ward building at Medfield State Hospital, a cottage-plan asylum in Massachusetts. This campus, fully abandoned for years at this point, was used as the filming location for the outdoor scenes in the movie “Shutter Island”.

Art from abandoned mental asylum

Painted Shadows in an Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital - 1000 Shadows is an ongoing project by Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione that features eerie shadows taking residence in abandoned buildings. This is located in Parma, Italy.

The abandoned Babcock Building in South Carolina. Part of the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum that functioned from the 1850’s to later 1900’s

The abandoned Babcock Building in South Carolina. Part of the South Carolina Lunatic Asylum that functioned from the to later

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