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J.N. Adam Hospital - Real Haunted Place

  • Dayton Rd
  • Perrysburg, NY
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J.N. Adam Hospital was established in 1909 as a tuberculosis treatment center; in 1960 it was converted into a facility for the developmentally disabled, and in 1995 the hospital was shut down. In its nearly 90 years of activity many people are said to have died in the hospital, including several nurses who allegedly committed suicide. The abandoned building is now rumored to be haunted, with reports of screaming coming from within the hospital and shadowy figures moving about near the windows.
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  • Have Enough $$$ For Bail

    To anyone that tries to get into this place, plan on paying a ton of $$ for bail and fines. It is patrolled regularly by the police. I met someone last year that has paid over $700 so far for her adventure.

    Posted 4/11/24

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