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West Virginia Hospital for the Insane

West Virginia Hospital for the Insane

Top Row L-R: Exterior views including the clock tower on the Main Building , Stonework and Doors
2nd Row L-R: Inside the grounds, The Medical Building, Tuberculosis Building, Cupola, Oldest wing stonework
3rd Row L-R: Celtic impressions to ward off evil spirits, A lamp at the entrance to the Medical Building, Housing for the Criminally Insane, The Medical Bldg with the morgue at the left, Geriatric Bldg on the right
4th Row L-R: This door slammed shut as we were walking around outside (later found to be opened again), A corridor with patient rooms at either side, The original glass and entrance door to the Main Building, A ward, Interior of Main Building first floor
5th Row L-R: To the basement at the rear of the Main Building, Boilers, Bed pan cleaning apparatus, Stainless steel sinks, Our First Class tour guide

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, subsequently Weston State Hospital, and West Virginia Hospital for the Insane, was a psychiatric hospital operated from 1864 to 1994 by the US government at West Virginia, in the city of Weston. The hospital's main building is one of the largest hand cut stone masonry buildings in the United States, crafted of native blue sandstone quarried from the riverbed and the nearby hills of Lewis County West Virginia and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1990.
In 1871 the 200 foot central clock tower was completed, but the building began to show signs of extreme stress from the weight of the tower. Modifications were undertaken and the central structure was preserved. In 1880 the main building was completed at a cost of $725 thousand and the hospital opened.
Originally designed to hold 250 patients, in it's first year began to accommodate 717. By 1935 there were 1661 patients, with 940 men and 721 women. A lack of beds forced some patients to sleep in cots. By 1949, the hospital was overflowing with over 1800 patients crammed into long, dreary dormitories which could never pass minimum inspection standards. Renovations were underway by 1951. The interior was reconstructed with reinforced concrete flooring, and new carpeting and furnishings installed. Regardless, this did little to solve the overcrowding issues, as patient numbers swelled at 2400 by the mid 1950s.
The central asylum structure features 921 windows and 906 doors. Other buildings that were completed include food preparation buildings, dairy and beef barns, a reservoir and water treatment plant, oil and gas wells, coal mines, ice plant, chapel and morgue. Four cemeteries were also on site.
The campus encompasses 39 acres of grounds, while the farm added another 276 acres and was managed by the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. Acquisitions added enough acreage to total 666.
New treatments in mental health care brought a dramatic reduction in patients by the 1980s. In February 1986 Governor Arch Moore announced plans for a new mental treatment facility and to convert the Weston Asylum into a prison. Eventually, the new hospital, titled the William R. Sharpe Jr. Hospital, opened in 1994 on acreage owned by the State of West Virginia around the Weston State Hospital. With the opening of the new hospital the asylum was closed in May 1994 and until 1996 the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources maintained the structure.
In 1999 all four floors of the interior of the building were damaged by paintball players. Participants in the vandalism were found to include at least twenty local police officers and employees of local law enforcement agencies. Efforts toward reuse of the facility have included proposals to convert the main building into a Civil War Museum, a hotel, and golf course complex.
The hospital was auctioned by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources on 29 August 2007. Joe Jordan, an asbestos demolition contractor from Morgantown, was the high bidder and paid $1.5 million for the 242 thousand square foot building. In 2008 the paranormal investigation group TAPS was called to the hospital to conduct an investigation at the request of Joe Jordan due to purported claims of paranormal activity on the grounds. The investigation is featured on the TV show Ghost Hunters. The owners are now offering tours 7 days a week and haunted tours on Friday nights and overnight stays on Saturdays.

24.365/february 25, 2009

24.365/february 25, 2009

Today's been pret-tay good. Except for the things that happened during my first four classes that were just like really? So going to health i tripped up the stairs, my ipod threw itself around the room in art, & a diet dr pepper exploded on my leg during lunch. our carpets are all wet & yucky since we got them steam-cleaned today & they're not dry yet.

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