Nevada County Hospital

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This building has stood for 150 years, but in 2001, its foundation was rocked by a shooting spree which killed two. The building itself is full of asbestos, so if you would like to investigate, protect yourself. Those who were brought to the building’s morgue are thought to still be here and might be responsible for the sense of being followed. The atmosphere is said to feel evil and bitter. Bring an EVP recorder; you might get lucky and pick up a voice of someone who died here.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Address:
10433 Willow Valley Rd.
Nevada City, California, 95959
United States
United States

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GPS:
39.267679606852134, -121.0064735411288
County:
Nevada County, California
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  1. I went there on three separate occasions with friends. The first occasion I went in we explored the entire building coming in from the East Wing and didn’t find anything except a lot of Satanic graffiti and didn’t experience anything until we were leaving. As we were about to exit through the same way we heard a woman wailing twice in the first room on the right when you enter the hallway right after you enter the East Wing. The second occasion we saw what looked like a very tall silhouette peering its head out of the same room my friends and I heard the woman wailing the first occasion. The third occasion my friends and I explored the entire HEW building and heard doors close and creaking on the floors above us. We also went back to the same room which I call the “haunted room” and got extremely cold and unsettling feelings after entering that room. This place is most definitely, 100% haunted. If you enter, be warned not of the ghosts, but of the security. This place has sensors around and inside the building. So make your visit VERY quick. Also, watch out for meth heads/homeless people who live there as they might not be so welcoming to you entering their hiding place. Good luck.

  2. We also found a spray painting that said “Amanda M. was raped here” with an arrow pointing down to a piece of rope and women’s clothing. Whether a crime actually took place there, no one will ever know.

  3. Don’t go here. They have motion sensors, believe it or not. They are pressing charges on everyone, meaning you will get a misdemeanor. There’s no way to get in anymore anyway. Seriously. Not worth it. Find somewhere you are allowed to go.

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