We Wouldn't Want To Take A Peep At These Haunted Asylums

SlappedHamPublished: December 1, 2016Updated: December 7, 2016377 views
Published: December 1, 2016Updated: December 7, 2016

From haunted hospitals to a shadow demon that watches you sleep, join us as we take a CAUTIOUS peep at these 11 haunted asylums that are sure to give you chills. Just please hold our hands, will you?

Once a private building, Nocton Hall became an asylum during WW2. People say it has a haunted bedroom, where the specter of a servant girl who was murdered there begins to cry at exactly 4:30 a.m. Several caretakers have reported they’ve seen her standing at the foot of their bed, ranting about a man that did something to her.

Next is the Sai Ying Pun Mental Hospital in Hong Kong, a building used by Japanese soldiers to execute their enemies during the second world war. There have been report of the decapitated victims roaming the halls, crying, even visions of a man caught on fire.

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, West Virginia, used to house a range of occupants, from murderers and rapists to petty offenders. But in Ward R is a room of a young girl named Lily, who died in the asylum. People say that on a cold night, you can see her waiting patiently for someone to come and play with her, before disappearing.

When the doors of the Gonjiam Psychiatric Hospital in South Korea closed for the public in the early 90s, people speculated that the patients, even staff began dying under mysterious circumstances. Some even went to speculate that doctors have been experimenting on the unwilling patients. Locals tell tourists to stay away from the property, saying that eerie groans can be heard throughout the night and lone figures spotted in the windows.

Did we tickle your fancy? There is more where this came from. Keep watching the video for the rest of this inexplicable list.

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