To make way for a new train station, about 3,000 skeletons are bring removed from the cemetery of the notorious Bedlam Asylum in London.
photographs of patients from Londons Bethlam Royal Hospital also known as 'Bedlam' taken in the 1800s by Henry Hering
Bethlehem Hospital (Bedlam), Southwark, London. I went to school opposite here. Hmm maybe that's my problem
OHIO INSANE ASYLUM IN 1946…….SO OFTEN WE MIGHT ASK OURSELVES: "WHAT ARE THEY THINKING (??)"……BUT IN REALITY, I GUESS THEY DON'T THINK……THEY ARE PUT HERE IN THE MORNING AND DON'T MOVE ALL DAY…………ccp
Portraits of patients at Victorian lunatic asylum treated for 'mania and melancholia' | Daily Mail Online
Pilgrim State Hospital. "Continuous-flow bath is the best method for calming excited mental cases. With their bodies greased, the patients can remain in the baths for hours, gradually fall asleep."
Frightening look at old insane asylums. Poster showing acceptable reasons for admission.
Bedlam patients taken in the 1800s by Henry Hering
Bedlam: The Horrors of London's Most Notorious Insane Asylum
Liverpool St Station is built on the site where Bethlehem hospital (Bedlam) stood