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30 review for Haunted Asylums: True Horror Stories From The Last 200 Years: Entering Abandoned Orphanages, Hospitals & Mental Asylums (Haunted Places, Scary Ghost Stories, True Hauntings and Paranormal Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    "Haunted Asylums: True Horror Stories From the Last 200 Years..." is a fascinating and highly informative expose of the vulnerable populations in institutional settings and the orphanages and state/county mental asylums that were in operation beginning in the 19th century. British care facilities were also added. This condensed volume written by Roger P. Mills, who is a non-fiction author that lives in Romania. All of the facilities/institutions in the book many opened in the mid-late 1880’s with "Haunted Asylums: True Horror Stories From the Last 200 Years..." is a fascinating and highly informative expose of the vulnerable populations in institutional settings and the orphanages and state/county mental asylums that were in operation beginning in the 19th century. British care facilities were also added. This condensed volume written by Roger P. Mills, who is a non-fiction author that lives in Romania. All of the facilities/institutions in the book many opened in the mid-late 1880’s with the best intentions of caring for the unfortunate orphans, mentally ill, also those who were terribly ill with infectious diseases as tuberculosis, small pox, and yellow fever. Often the asylums were the last option for those with intellectual disabilities, dementia, or addictive disorders to alcohol or drugs. Sometimes patients were unwanted by families that were unable to provide care. Women and wives could be admitted by family members/husbands for a variety of reasons which included disobeying or disruptive behavior. In the first part and opening of the book, the West Hills Orphanage which was established in the 1800’s by the Minnesota legislature. At the peak of enrollment in the 1930’s as many as 500 children resided at West Hills in 16 cottages. Nearly 200 children were buried in the West Hill’s Cemetery located SW of the school. Newsham Park or the Seaman’s Orphan Institution (est. 1871) was built for the London Merseyside widows and children of sailors lost at sea. By the end of WWI there were over 1,000 orphans cared for at Newsham Park. There is a great deal of paranormal/haunting activity at both these orphanages. Newsham Park with the fog surrounding the abandoned gothic structure looks frightening even during daylight hours. Vicksburg, Mississippi is the site of the derelict Kuhn Memorial State Hospital (1954-1989). Paranormal researchers visit this site regularly. In 1918, a mysterious unexplained fire destroyed an annex. Kuhn Memorial was the site of a 2014 film. Renwick Hospital, N.Y. was est. in 1856 on Blackwell Island and is believed to be the most haunted places in N.Y. The asylum has gone through many name changes and different care status. In 1837 the first facility there was a prison that became the N.Y Lunatic Asylum, which was destroyed by fire in 1858. By 1875 the hospital became a nursing school. A famous writer would visit, and Nellie Bly (1887) would write about Blackwell Island in her scathing reportage. Over 13,000 people perished there from Smallpox. There were other facilities covered in this book. Mill’s writes about the severe overcrowding, and lack of treatment. Patients were exposed to unproven and inhumane medical surgeries and practices. At Georgia State Lunatic Asylum (est.1842) there was one doctor for 112 patients. With all these matters taken into consideration, it is easy to understand why the places written about became some of the most haunted and terrifying places in historical social services and healthcare. ~ With many thanks to Amazon for the DRC for the purpose of review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    T.G. Campbell

    An enjoyable book but on the short side I really enjoyed this book but I was disappointed when the part about the asylums ended after only 7 chapters. I was confused as I still had about fifty percent left in the book. The remaining was paranormal but focused on the Ouija board and Bigfoot. Don't let this put you off, however, as I thoroughly enjoyed the book. An enjoyable book but on the short side I really enjoyed this book but I was disappointed when the part about the asylums ended after only 7 chapters. I was confused as I still had about fifty percent left in the book. The remaining was paranormal but focused on the Ouija board and Bigfoot. Don't let this put you off, however, as I thoroughly enjoyed the book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Bailey

    A quick read that is interesting enough. It focuses more on the history of each location with only a small bit at the end of each chapter about the actual hauntings of the locations. There were a few errors in dates and facts about locations. Such as referring to an English location in terms of being American.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Shannon James

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    Nancy E. McElree

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    Leela Zirinsky

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