Thursday, June 18, 2009

Central State Hospital - Indianapolis, Indiana - Scores 6/6

This "hospital for the insane" built in 1827 is a perfect site for a haunting. Many patients died while there. Even though many buildings were razed and rebuilt, the main pathology building became Indiana's Medical Museum and the power house also remains. This site scores a 6/6 and here's how it breaks down:

1. Not far from railroad track.
2. Not far from a stream.
3. Stone construction.
4. Older than 50 years.
5. History of mental anguish/trauma/death.
6. Land is limestone, dolomite, and shale.

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