Tragic - the devoted nurse whose burns also left her mentally scarred

Haunted and haunting faces from early 20th century asylum inmates

The tragic stories and haunted faces of the troubled men and women whose home was the Glamorgan County Lunatic Asylum - Wales Online

Reasons for being admitted into the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in 19th century, West Virginia. - Frightening Look At The Old Insane Asylums  Best of Web Shrine

List of reasons for admission to a lunatic asylum in the reads like a list of potential metal band names.

"Scratched" by Mighty Maik. Shot in an abandoned psychiatric hospital in the Netherlands. A door to one of the patient's room is pretty badly scratched by someone...or something... #asylum

"Scratched" by Mighty Maik. Shot in an abandoned psychiatric hospital in the Netherlands. A door to one of the patient's room is pretty badly scratched by someone.

The image is strikingly pertaining to vulnerability and the poor conditions of the mental asylums. The patient looks as if he is deteriorating; mentally and physically. The primitive patchwork of his outfit is a visual mirror of his scattered and disjointed mind. credit: TIME magazine

31 Haunting Photos From Old Mental Asylums

The Kingston Lounge: North Brother Island - Riverside Hospital

Etching by a patient in the wall of the TB Unit (later a unit which housed drug addicts) on abandoned North Brother Island - Riverside Hospital.

Haunting Mental Asylum Photo From the Past

Now nowhere for this wrong Mind to run. Stifle bound dwelling on mistakes. Just a broken machine of straightjacket shakes.

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Plot This image is particularly fitting for the book "Asylum" in the novel the characters have a hard time fitting into college, much like a mental patient feels when they are trapped inside their own mind.

Portraits of patients at Victorian lunatic asylum treated for 'mania and melancholia' | Daily Mail Online

Harrowing pictures of the mentally ill housed in Victorian asylum

These images were taken in 1869 at West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum, near Wakefield, Yorkshire, by chief neurologist Sir James Crichton-Browne, known as a pioneer in the field.

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