Ontario Abandoned Psychiatric Center
An abandoned psychiatric center in Ontario that operated from the 1960’s through the late 2000’s. Connected by miles of dark underground tunnels, this facility has 12 plus buildings with multiple floors and wings.
The Psychiatric hospital served over 2400 patients and had 460 acres of land that was used to feed the facility’s patients. During World War Two the land and buildings were also used to train soldiers of the Royal Canadian Air Force.
A morgue in an abandoned/vacated psychiatric hospital. The two squares on the floor are where the autopsy tables would have been. To the left are the open doors to the freezer.
Ontario Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital – 2015 Update and revisit
Windows and reflections in Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital
A long and badly decaying hallway in an abandoned psychiatric Hospital in Ontario
A badly decaying Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital in Ontario
Years of heat and humidity have dropped paint chips from the ceiling to the floor in an abandoned psychiatric center in Ontario.
Water damage is taking its toll in this leisure room in an abandoned psychiatric hospital
In a two sided morgue at an abandoned Psychiatric center. This side of the morgue was where the families would come to view the bodies of thei loved ones. The other side was where they did the examinations.
The morgue fridge in a long closed down psychiatric center.See more from this facility here: http://www.freaktography.com/abandoned-psychiatric-center/
This is what it will look like when you are placed inside a morgue fridge.
A nice cold Coors Banquet chilled by the frigid cold of a morgue fridge
A patient room in an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Ontario
See more photos from other abandoned hospitals and psychiatric hospitals on my Huffington Post blog titled “A Look Inside Abandoned Asylums and Hospitals”