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Report - Cane Hill - 27/10/07

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by Oxygen Thief, Oct 27, 2007.

  1. Oxygen Thief

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    Visited with Disco Kitten.

    Got in OK. Heard footsteps upstairs, decided to investigate, bumped into a couple of filthy noobs ;) .

    Here's some stuff we saw, don't ask me what wards these were, I don't know...

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    Aerial shots...

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    and how?...

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    Looking outside at sunrise...

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    A few shots of the chapel...

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    The sun streaming in, we had breakfast in here...

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    God knows...

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    and this wouldn't have been nice...

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    and no floor in Turner ward...

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    Breakfast , Dinner and Tea is what we have where I come from, much to the pisstaking of you Southerners. Well it looks like the Northerners got it right after all...

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    Then we found some mint patient records, with an assessment and details of their treatments. here's some snippets...

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    This was a sad one... Admiited when he was 22, from a medical discharge from the infantry in 1942. Spent the rest of his life in there...

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    Out of these records it was clear there were a large percentage of very long stay patients, 40 - 60 years in there. There was also a lot of violence and sickness as well. Real thought provoking stuff.
     
    #1 Oxygen Thief, Oct 27, 2007
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