Dixmont State Hospital - Real Haunted Place
Opened in 1862, the hospital once was called the "Department of the Insane in the Western Pennsylvania Hospital of Pittsburgh." It was closed in 1984 and demolished in 2006. The hospital was a general hospital that treated all types of illnesses, including the insane. Before it was demolished, it stood empty for 15 years and its administration building was destroyed by a fire. It is believed to be haunted by many spirits. One notable spirit is that of a man who would appear guarding the morgue area.
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Dixmont was torn down years ago. I lived a few minutes from the hospital, went to go nose around to find it was all gone.Posted 8/12/18
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