Norwich State Hospital - Real Preston Haunt
This location was once called the Norwich State Hospital for the Insane and was built in 1904 atop of an old Native-American village. Many deaths occurred at the hospital and it was also the location to a number of beatings, starvation of patients and prolonged confinement in cells. It closed its doors in 1996 and witnesses believe the site is haunted. Ghostly apparitions have been seen, eerie feelings have been felt, mists, orbs and EVPs. The location was featured on TV's Ghost Hunters.
spooky but mid
Ive def had a great time going there, it just sucks that they're tearing down so much now. I had one time being in the main building where I had heard a woman softly singing upstairs. Also there is this water tower you can climb up and it has a great view from it. Go soon before they tear it all down.Posted 10/30/23
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