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Two of them – illegals – were sentenced last week to 37 years in prison for breaking into the home of an elderly farmer and beating him to death.

Two of them – illegals – were sentenced last week to 37 years in prison for breaking into the home of an elderly farmer and beating him to death.

"Imagine an inmate sitting in his cell with little else to keep him company but a red marker as he marks off each day that passes. The island is totally abandoned now: only shepherds live here in place of those who once resided within the prison walls. An estimated 4,000 were killed by other inmates or guards, or were otherwise executed." - Written by: Michele Collet

Here Are Some of the Creepiest Abandoned Prisons We've Ever Seen

The island is totally abandoned now: only shepherds live here in place of those who once resided within the prison walls. An estimated were killed by other inmates or guards, or were otherwise executed. Written by: Michele Collet

Ohio State Reformatory. Now closed down it is being preserved by conducting tours to raise money. Still has the largest standing cell block and the location for film makers.   I can't even imagine what it would be like to have to be locked up in a place like this

Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield, Ohio The Ohio State Reformatory is a prison built between 1886 and 1910 and remained in full operation until 1972 once the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility was opened. The facility was completely closed down in.

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The abandoned Tennessee State Penitentiary is probably the creepiest place in Nashville, but it makes for some impressive photos like this one, we couldn’t have picked a better place to shoot on a stormy day.

Gravensteen is a Medieval castle in Ghent. Present castle was built 1180 by count Philip of Alsace & modeled after castles Philip saw in the 2nd crusade. It served as the seat for the Counts of Flanders until abandoned in the 1300s. It was then used as a courthouse & prison. Houses were built against the walls & even on its courtyard.  Wall stones were used to erect other buildings; it was even a factory. By the end of the 1800s, it was set to be demolished.

Gravensteen Castle ,Ghent, Belgium.

Gravensteen Castle, Ghent, Belgium was built in 1180 by count Philip of Alsace and was modeled after the crusaders castles that Philip of Alsace encountered while he participated in the second crusade.

((Open Rp anybody? I need someone to be Drew. Credit to @EbonyFire)) I reach my hand into the small box of light cut into my door. I scream for Drew "Please! Help me, don't let them do this!!". I sob and get ready to give up. I suddenly feel a hand holding mine, I deep voice whispers into he cell "I'm right here, calm down, I'm getting you out"

31 Haunting Photos From Old Mental Asylums

Abandon by society - mental hospitals "Treating" patients. Texas accused of 'Warehousing' mentally disabled population

Eastern State Penitentiary III, Cell Block Three, Philadelphia, PA. Erected in 1829, it was finally abandoned in 1971. In 1995, Terry Gilliam used it as the setting for a mental hospital in his film "Twelve Monkeys."

25 Bone-Chilling Photos of Abandoned Places

"We build castles with our fears and sleep in them like kings and queens." -Christopher Poindexter

The Blooming of Madness poem #139 written by Christopher... (Remington Typewriter Poetry.)

The Blooming of Madness poem by Christopher Poindexter. We build castles with our fears and sleep inside them like kings and queens.

St George’s Church still remains as a dominant building in the Borough area just yards away from where Dickens lived on Lant Street. The surviving wall of the Marshalsea Prison adjoins the north wall of the Churchyard and one really has the sense that Dickens knew this area very well choosing to set several scenes from Little Dorrit in and around the Church. The nearby park is now named Little Dorrit Park.

18 Vintage Photos Of Charles Dickens' London

St George’s Church still remains as a dominant building in the Borough area just yards away from where Dickens lived on Lant Street. The surviving wall of the Marshalsea Prison adjoins the north wall of the Churchyard and one really has the sense that Dickens knew this area very well choosing to set several scenes from Little Dorrit in and around the Church. The nearby park is now named Little Dorrit Park.

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