You can practically feel the sadness within the walls of this place. Explorer ventured inside an asylum that has been empty for decades and found it was equipped with a lavish theater and intact morgue.

This is another situation where it's best to not disclose the exact location to keep this historical building from being invaded by more vandals. The only details provided on the video are that this was originally a facility to house and educate mentally-challenged women in the early 1900's.

After decades of no activity, it has now fallen into severe disrepair and decay however the bones of the history within remains. Look at this large theater that had to be quite prolific when it was active.

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The projectors in the theater date back to the 1930's.

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They also found what was left of the asylum's morgues within its walls.

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These lockers haven't been used in at least 40 years. Notice the lack of vandalism within this building. That's rare for a building that has been vacant for this long.

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The explorers were told there were no tunnels as a part of the facility, but look what they found...tunnels.

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You can watch the entire journey they took through this now-abandoned asylum.

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