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Report - St. Peter's Hospital Morgue, Chertsey. Sept 2011

HeXt

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
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Visited here with RustProofHawk.

Surprised to see the power still on, and running water available!

After driving in what is a very live hospital site, we soon found ourselves in the disused morgue and started off by saying a prayer or two in the chapel:
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OK no more messing about now, here's what the chapel looks like normally:
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There is a waiting room next door to the chapel, separated by curtained windows:
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There are a couple of rooms with different body fridges in, this one is the smaller one and the x-ray backlight still works:
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Here's the same room looking the other way:
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Body parts list:
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This is the biggest fridge:
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This is the main room, with the "slabs":
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Looking the other way:
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The tops are missing but the water wash-down hoses still work:
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The end.
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