The Cedarcrest Mental Asylum is located just off the Berlin Turnpike, and it is surrounded by a wooded area. The sounds of screaming and door slamming can be heard coming from the old, defunct hospital.
The old hospital in Americus, Georgia has been known to have strange lights flashing as well as objects being thrown around. It is believed that the hospital is haunted by the patients who died within its walls.
The sounds of moaning and crying can be heard coming from the old hospital at night. Over the years, many people suffered and died here. Now, cold spots, shadows by the windows, and odd noises occur on a regular basis.
Poliklinik Cheras was a government hospital in its heyday, but it got abandoned without any reasoning. It is haunted by the ghost of a dead patient. The hospital has since been torn down, but the ghostly patient still haunts the grounds in this Malaysian haunt.
The Buffalo State Hospital, also known as the “Buffalo State Asylum for the Insane”, “H.H. Richardson Complex”, “Buffalo State Lunatic Asylum”, and “Buffalo Psychiatric Center”, was built in 1871 with two medieval-style towers under the name Buffalo State Asylum. The appearance of the hospital has been compared with that of Danvers State Lunatic Asylum.
The insane asylum in Dunwoody, Georgia is haunted by the patients who were abused there. Paranormal activity includes a cool breeze coming through a room without windows, ghosts of dead bodies lying in the morgue trays in the basement’s morgue, feeling presences behind you, and footsteps descending the stairs. Rumor has it that the hospital was torn down and turned into a skate park, but it is unconfirmed.
The insane asylum used to have claims of disembodied footsteps, moaning, and mysterious blood on the floor. One of the ghosts believed to haunt the hospital is an elderly man. The Raytown insane asylum has since burned down.
Cipto Mangunkusumo Hospital (named for Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo, the hospital’s head doctor) in Jakarta, Indonesia is haunted by several entities, such as the doctor with a surgical knife with his hands covered in blood, the nurse who always alerts doctors of emergency patients, and various patients who died there. They generally walk around at night, and make their presence known if there is a visitor.
Plunkett Hospital is currently being considered for renovations to turn the hospital into condos for senior citizens. However, it is said to be haunted, having several odd happening surround it. Sounds of blood-curdling screams and apparitions of patients who died at the hospital are just some of them. Now, the windows and doors are boarded up to prevent the sensation of being watched by the spirits, as many passersby have reported.
The residents of Manor Grove Nursing Home that suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s have complained of a little boy who plays in their room at night and tends to wake them up. It is said that it is the ghost of a little boy who was killed on the nearby railroad tracks during the 1950s or 60s.
The Old City Hospital, more widely known as the St. Louis City Hospital, was the city’s primary public hospital and, for most of the 20th century, ran as a multi-level and multi-building complex. By 1970, it had reached a total of twelve buildings, seven of which remain today.
The Glenn Dale Hospital was very successful in the early 1900s, but it was abandoned in the 1970s. It was made up of six different buildings on opposite sides of the road, but the hauntings seem to take place in the two structures that lay closest to the road on the right. To add to the already disturbing appearance of the hospital, most of the doors have been broken. Unused medical equipment has been abandoned within the walls of the Glenn Dale Hospital.