Central State Hospital - Indianapolis IN Real Haunt
In 1994, the hosptial closed down due to a combination of factors, including the expensive cost of running such a large hospital system and claims of patients being abused. This resulted in the state of Indiana taking back the property and converting it to the Indiana Medical Hospital Museum (IMHM) and other things.
Patients' remains were buried on the western edge along Tibbs Avenue and near the old Pathology building. Today, some buildings still remain on the vacant grounds. While IMHM denies claims of the property being haunted, others have reported otherwise, including the sound of a screaming woman coming out from the corner of the Old Power House basement where workers had to go down to shovel ashes twices a night, sights of shadows moving from cement posts, and the boiler turning on and off on its own. In the Pathology Building where dead bodies were examined to learn about their mental illness, there were noises heard in the basement when no one was there. The dormitories was a place where cries and screams have also been heard by maintenance workers.
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I now know I have a women ghost on my phone.Posted 1/14/18
i have a pic of the women ghost in the power house of Central State
Me and a friend we're in the PowerHouse of Central State and we caught and image of a female in a hospital gown I still have the picture I am in no way tech savvy and I know this picture is 100% proof of the afterlife I would like to share my picture with anyone who is curious after a little research on this page I now know that I have a woman ghost on my phone it's amazingPosted 9/23/16
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