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Report - Cambridge Military Hospital - Aldershot - December 2012

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Chaos, Jan 1, 2013.

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    This has been on my radar a while now and for one reason or another, something else has cropped up and I've never got round to it. After sitting around watching the rain pour down all over my christmas holidays, my feet were getting itchy. After a late night discussion with Nobby we decided that enough was enough, come rain or shine, first thing in the morning we'd hit it up. Well as luck would have it, we got rain. Thanks to Mr Landy for a heads up about how to get onsite, once in the grounds it became clear that this place was un-pikied because it's pretty well secured. It took us an hour or so of dodging about in the rain to finally make our way inside. Our chosen method of entry was like something you'd see on a bond movie, sliding down collapsed rooftops, dropping from stupid heights and the like, thankfully our gamble paid off and our entry point did indeed lead inside and not another dead end like we'd previously come across with the hospitals numerous out buildings. Thanks also to the other explorers who stuck their head out a window and tried to direct us to their entry point which turned out to be a lot lot easier than ours, if only we'd found it!

    This place is colossal. We only had about 4 hours to do the whole site. Points of interest are spread far and wide through out the site, a lot of it is empty rooms, all much the same but it's well worth spending a day here to sweep through floor by floor, building by building. We'll certainly be back to finish off.

    We started by having a look around the morgue which we passed on our way in. We then made our way to the main building and bumped into another group of explorers, phantombish, laura, chrisr86, webbly and a few others, sorry I can't remember your names. We headed up the clock tower, back down and through the main building, kitchens and wards, childrens' section and finally out into the maternity ward which is the best bit.

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    Finally the gates of HELL

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