Aussies Are Sharing The Eeriest Things And Places They’ve Experienced And I’m Actually Terrified

Aussies Are Sharing The Eeriest Things And Places They’ve Experienced And I’m Actually Terrified

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“A few years back, when I doing a bit of urban exploration, I did a solo Christmas Day visit to Queen Victoria Sanitorium. For those who don’t know the place, it’s located in bushland in the Blue Mountains, about 40km past the western edge of Greater Sydney.”

“Of all the abandoned buildings I have explored, this one was the only one that turned the creep out level up to 11. I put no credibility on stories of the place being haunted, it was that it was so damned quiet and remote.

Similar in nature, but without the eerie/spooky factor, were some of the outbuildings at Callan Park Hospital for the Insane in Lilyfield, Sydney. Scattered through the buildings are reminders of the people who lived and worked there. In one kitchen a note saying: ‘Who took my orange-coloured wok? Please return before Wednesday 11th Sept, 1996. Many thanks, Miche’. In one of the wards, attached to the wall with heavy packing tape all the way around the perimeter, a picture of a toddler playing in the sand on a beach, with the legend ‘you can paddle in the sea or play in the sand’. I found the potential irony of that unsettling.

Some places are eerie, but seeing that sort of stuff in that sort of environment, the feelings evoked tend to settle into your gut and stay there.”

—u/sydney_cider



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