1455 Asylum

1455 Asylum1455 Asylum held patients with severe mental issues where practices such as Hydrotherapy, Electroshock therapy and Lobotomies were commonly used, the real problem was overcrowding. Designed to hold 250, at its peak it housed 1455 patients. Inability to handle a population of that size led to an increase in violence. Patients began killing other patients. In one instance, two patients hung one of their fellows using a set of their bed sheets. When he did not die, the pair cut him down and used a metal bed frame to crush his head. The caretakers were not immune to the violence. One by one all the doctors, nurses and assistants went missing, with bodies hidden throughout the facility. Dare to walk the halls of 1455 Asylum and see how many patients stayed behind.

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