Is the Old Tooele Hospital Haunted?

The hospital that will be discussed in this post has a long and storied history. The part we are most interested in is the ghost ones, of course. We want to know is the Old Tooele Hospital haunted?

 Old Tooele Hospital

Location: Tooele, Utah

The original portion of the hospital was constructed in 1873 by Samuel F. Lee as his family home but by 1913 it had been added on to and it became the County Poor House.

The building has been used in two movies in the past. Those movies were, “The World’s Fastest Indian” (2005) starring Anthony Hopkins, and the mini-series, “The Stand” (1994) based on Stephen King’s novel and starring Gary Sinise. read more

Danvers State Insane Asylum

Danvers State Lunatic Asylum

Location: Danvers, Massachusetts (aka Salem Village until 1752)

According to the historyofmassachusetts.org, the Danvers State Lunatic Asylum was built between 1874 and 1878. The land on which it was built is called Hathorne Hill after Judge John Hathorne of the Salem Witch Trials who had lived there. The land was purchased from a farmer, Francis Dodge, in the 1870s. It cost $1.5 million to build the asylum at a time when America was still recovering from their Civil War. Over time approximately 40 buildings went up to house TB patients, staff, the medical building, machine shops, two nursing homes, a pump house, cemetery, and cottages, many were connected by underground tunnels. read more

Jack the Ripper History

In this post, we are going to look at the murders committed and Jack the Ripper history. We will also explore the different suspects.

Location

The location where the five murders occurred over a three month period from August 31 to November 9 in 1888 was the East End of London, England. The neighbourhood at that time was dark and dank and full of narrow, winding cobblestoned alleyways that were not lit at night.  In 1888 this area of London was inhabited by the poor people who struggled daily to get enough to eat for themselves and their children. read more