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Old Tuberculosis hospital
Ok sorry I have not been around for a while. Heres a good one.... In my line of work I have to goto peoples homes. WELLL ... I went to a house that is out in the middle of nowhere and talking to the lady that lives there .... Yes someone lives there. It was and old TB hospital ..... not really a hospital but a place for people with TB to go to die ..... nice area Smile river near by, open field, fresh air. BUT very creepy.... oh and you know that feel of being watched ... big time ... unexplained noises all through the place. I have asked the lady if I could study the place. So guess what.... I get to go back .... SWEET! ... I love this stuff ...... I will post everything I find so stay tuned.
Oooo...looking forward to more! I love hearing about places like this. Smile
gvan, That sounds so interesting! I can hardly wait to hear more. My grandmother was in a TB "rest home" when she was young, but she didn't die.
I've always been fascinated with stuff like that. Can't wait to hear more about it. Often the sanitariums for tuberculosis did end up with people passing away, but at the time, these places were often the best hope a person with this disease had. One of my favorites of these types of places is Waverly Hills in Kentucky. Of course that's better known..would love to hear about a place that has more of a 'hidden' history to it.
“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away.” ~Philip K. Dick

I have always wondered how long disease germs can survive in one of these old hospitals
“All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.”
― Edgar Allan Poe
(10-13-2011, 06:13 PM)Roland Wrote: I have always wondered how long disease germs can survive in one of these old hospitals

I believe Most germs that cause disease can only live outside the body for a 45 minutes to 1 hr, unless the germs have been preserved for study. I diffidently wouldn't mess with any vials or test tubes.

"Beware the man of one book."
— St. Thomas Aquinas

"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."
— Aristotle
I grew up in South Eastern Kentucky. Have been to waiverly a couple times and to be honest I was never impressed.
First off people who go on about it always exaggerate the body count by a factor of x4 to x10.
I knew at least two grounds keepers there. Hell I had a great Aunt die there.

I never heard anything there, Its not even that run down to be honest. And the facility was actually very well kept when it was in use and state of the art.

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