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gdfalksen:

Ruth Vincent by Lallie Charles, 1890s

gdfalksen:

Ruth Vincent by Lallie Charles, 1890s

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dogimed:

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obsceneleftovers:

kuldenem

így.

pontosan

dogimed:

surrecat:

obsceneleftovers:

kuldenem

így.

pontosan

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I cannot open this bottle of wine, I feel like Alice peering through the keyhole of a door she’s too large to fit, I’m gonna cry soon.

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wnderlst:

Acadia National Park, Maine | Dustin McGrew

wnderlst:

Acadia National Park, Maine | Dustin McGrew

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"When you hear someone say they like you, for the first time then you can begin to like yourself. When someone accepts you, for the first time you feel like you can forgive yourself a little."
Fruits Basket (Yuki Sohma)

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filicideandfascinations:

Cane Hill has become an almost legendary place with those who are interested in abandoned places in the UK. It was completed in 1882 and at its peak held a maximum of 2000 patents. It was considered at the time to be a prime example for the treatment of the mentally ill. Largely unchanged, this imposing Victorian asylum continued to serve the Surrey area for the next century.

The care In the community act of 1980 marked an end to society’s widespread use of Asylums for the treatment of those suffering form mental illness. By the end of the decade Cane Hill was in decline finally closing its doors to patents in late 1991.

The years that followed have seen Cane Hill slowly begin to deteriorate. Arson has hit hard with a series of attacks in various wards, corridors, outbuildings and even the main entrance. The result of which has been improved security and a fence topped with razor wire surrounding the entire site.

You can still find many of the hospital papers scattered in certain rooms of the asylum. Some art therapy papers, and some records.