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UER Forum > UE Videos > Tunnels under the mental hospital (Viewed 802 times)
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Tunnels under the mental hospital
< on 9/12/2014 2:36 PM >
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First attempt at video. The tunnels connected 8 cottage buildings that contained sleeping quarters for the patients to the main hospital and cafeteria. Many of the patients were criminally insane and were serving their sentences at the facility, therefore underground transportation was the safest method. Many patients rarely went outside, aside from the caged porches connected to the cottage buildings. Part of the tunnels are still active and used for storage, hence the lights. Anyways, here it is.






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Re: Tunnels under the mental hospital
< Reply # 1 on 9/13/2014 9:39 PM >
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Welcome to the video forum, and look forward to your posts here




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Re: Tunnels under the mental hospital
< Reply # 2 on 9/14/2014 10:44 PM >
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Thanks man! I've got more comin'





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