Agnews Insane Asylum Site

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In the Great Earthquake of 1906, over 100 patients were killed and buried on this site. The hospital itself was said to be a place full of negative residual energy from shock treatment leaving the patients catatonic. Guests have been shoved and report the feeling of being watched. Objects have also manipulated themselves to move around.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

1250 Hope Dr
Santa Clara, CA 95054
United States

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37.4010223, -121.95318070000002
Santa Clara County, California
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