this is a trailer for an upcoming video where i explore and old irish abandoned mental asylum Pscyhiatric Hospital that has been abandoned for decades and is decaying this video is one of the craziest videos i probrally will ever make the full video will be released when my channel hits 200 subscribers thanks to everyone for 100 subs i will be making alot of videos in 2019 you dont want to miss out.
our ladys district lunatic asylum mental hospital co clare cork ireland.
ennis district lunatic asylum co clare ireland drone footage
abandoned irish insane asylum
History:An old mental asylum, its doors were wide open to anyone deemed a problem to society well into 20th-century Ireland. ... Our Lady's first opened its doors in 1868, then known as Ennis District Lunatic Asylum. By the 1950s, more than 70 years later, not much had changed. NEW PHOTS FROM inside an asylum in the west of Ireland show it has been untouched for years, though signs of what it used to be remain.
The photographer, who wishes to remain anonymous due to the nature of the photography he does,
“It felt very oppressive, you get quite a sad feeling, it’s just very very creepy,” he said of the asylum. He also snaps inside abandoned houses and cottages and said he always leaves things as he finds them so the images are not posed.
“People sometimes pass these buildings hundreds of times and never know what’s inside. To get in and then to see the reaction from the public to the photos is very satisfying.”NNIS Mental Hospital, the now closed Our Lady’s Hospital, features prominently in a new history of psychiatry in Ireland.
Brendan Kelly, consultant psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry in Trinity College, Dublin, in his new book, Hearing Voices: The History of Psychiatry in Ireland (Irish Academic Press), gives an insight into what life was like in “public asylums” in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
In Ireland, the history of psychiatry is dominated by the vast network
This is the scary moment a diver has a very close encounter with an octopus in the Sea of Japan.
Footage captured by Dmitriy Rudas, a diver with 20 years of experience, near Gamow Peninsula on June 3, shows the octopus approaching a fellow underwater explorer and wrapping its tentacles around his knees and legs.
After a few minutes, the octopus gives in and swims away.