Fairfield State Hospital - Real Newtown Haunted Place
This hospital opened its doors in 1931 and was the residence to criminally insane patients. It is made up of 16 buildings that are connected by underground tunnels. It is rumored to be haunted because of its tragic history of patient abuse and questionable deaths. The hospital closed in 1995 and was used as the setting for the film Sleepers and MTV's Fear. No trespassing is allowed on the property.
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