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Report - St Johns - Chelmsford March 2011 (Pic Heavy)

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by msaunder1972, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. msaunder1972

    msaunder1972 28DL Full Member
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    After an early start we rolled up outside our target and found our way past the initial perimeter fence with no issues at all. Looking around we started to fear that this would be a very short explore, it appeared the explore was going to be shorter still when we clumsily stumbled into some localised alarm in one of the outer buildings. After a quick walk to another building to see what would happen it became clear that if there was a presence on site they were still asleep or not bothered about checking things out.
    We skirted the building being more careful about the possibility of alarms and eventually found a way into the more modern wings.
    After exhausting all photo opportunities of interest in the building we left carefully through our entry point and moved on to look for access to the more central buildings. Again access was found and due to the sheer size of the building we paired up and went in opposite directions. My partner in exploring eagerly trying to sniff out a mortuary or something similar for his slab shot. Our trip through this building was cut short when we all but walked into a used office on site.
    Discretion being the better part of valour we backed up and contacted "team 2" with our new find and as a group felt we had seen enough to consider calling it a day and moving on to another site.

    Enough of the waffle here are some of the pictures:















    Sadly one patient was beyond help and perished onsite...there must have been such a rush to leave he was just left where he fell..... :cry:


    Thanks for looking.

    A final note of thanks to Nelly, Tstranger and Skeleton Key for a top day and guys remember the red car and the blue car had a race.

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