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Anyone see this? You will want to immediately stop/pause the sound in the lower left when you get there..ahhh!

http://www.thehauntedinfirmary.org/Home_Page.html

I hope it's a good haunted house.

I miss 'em. I went to go to Spider Hill a couple of years ago and saw the parking and said F that...had gone several years before and wasn't impressed. The Peoria Jaycees (expo garden) stopped b/c they couldn't get enough volunteers (prob. with the rise of Spider Hill). Remember the ones put on by KZ93 at Northwoods Mall or even out at Sam's Club?

Maybe it's because I was younger but I got nice and scared!

A Bradley Frat used to put on an excellent one as well, open to the public, and I was older when I went to that one, and still got some good scared.

I've heard Alton, IL has some good haunted/historical tours...that'd be fun too! I went to one in Macomb a few years ago and while I didn't get that scared, others did, and it was informative.

Any other haunted gems anyone know of?

Sep 8, 2011 - 09:59 am
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Which building is this in?

I was recently told that there is another old mental institution down by Sommer park, but I haven't had a chance to check it out.

The Woodridge Professional Building in West Peoria is really, really creepy as well. It used to be a home for unwed mothers from ~1930-~1960. I don't know what was scarier, the general style and feel of the building, or imagining a couple hundred kids running around there.

Sep 8, 2011 - 10:22 am
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shifty writes:
Which building is this in?

I was recently told that there is another old mental institution down by Sommer park, but I haven't had a chance to check it out.

The Woodridge Professional Building in West Peoria is really, really creepy as well. It used to be a home for unwed mothers from ~1930-~1960. I don't know what was scarier, the general style and feel of the building, or imagining a couple hundred kids running around there.



Never heard of either but I'll have to ask my dad about the one in West Peoria..that was his era and old stomping grounds (West Peoria that is..)


Sep 8, 2011 - 10:34 am
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