Haunting Mental Asylum Photos From the Past-MB | Very Hangry - Part 2

A patient in the department of the doctor Lemoine at the Salpétrière hospital in Paris (France). adoc-photos/Corbis /* was it Lemoine twas the marijuana enthusiast? Freud liked coke.

Chronic Mania - West Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum 1869

Portraits from an English 'lunatic asylum' circa 1869 - Woman suffering from chronic mania.

des tutos de bricoles et autres des photos anciennes chaque fois qu il y a un article et que vous povez prendre

This photo must have been a staged joke, showing a patient tied to the chair, and the dentist "extracting" a tooth.

Plastic liter bottles are permanently duct taped over the hands of young, bedridden children who, due to mind-numbing boredom, scratch or bite themselves - Saray Rehabilitation Center

A haunted young inmate. Plastic liter bottles are permanently duct taped over the hands of young, bedridden children who, due to mind-numbing boredom, scratch or bite themselves - Saray Rehabilitation Center

Haunted and haunting faces from early 20th century asylum inmates

Haunted and haunting faces from early 20th century asylum inmates

Tragic - the devoted nurse whose burns also left her mentally scarred // The tragic stories and haunted faces of the troubled men and women whose home was the Glamorgan County Lunatic Asylum - Wales Online

hysteria - whatever that even is!  It was a catch-all term for 19th century women having emotional problems of every description, and was often just a fabrication!

hysteria - It was a catch-all term for century women having emotional problems of every description, and was often just a fabrication!

Circus side -show The Living Skeleton

Female living skeletons weren't as common as males, probably because they couldn't show as much of their figure. that people paid to see this.

Mental patient Teresa Samford from Oregon State Hospital during camping trip.         Location:    OR, US        Date taken:    1972        Photographer:    Bill Eppridge

Mental patient Teresa Samford from Oregon State Hospital during a camping trip 1972 Photographer: Bill Eppridge

tranquilizer chair used in insane asylums

༻⚜༺ ❤️ ༻⚜༺ The tranquilizing chair of Benjamin Rush.

Psychiatric Patients (Hospital Vilardebó, 1907-1909) TERESA C.

This mundus tenebrosus, this shadowy world of mankind, is sunk into night; there is no field without its demons, and lunatics speak prophesies while the wise men fall into the pit.

This is morbid, but FASCINATING. The amazing story of one of the most vicious serial killers in history…

The amazing story of one of the most vicious serial killers in history…

The amazing story of one of the most vicious serial killers in history - I love the story of Elizabeth Bathory. I read a book on her waaaaaay too early.

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