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The Rolling Hills Asylum (1827 - 1974)

. Originally called the Genessee County Poor Farm in 1827, was housed to the blind, the luniacs, the handicapped, orphans, and the mentally & physically unstable. In the 1950s it became the old county home and infirmary, then in the 1990s it was later bought for shops and at one time and antiques mall. Property owners, venders, and shoppers began to notice strange occurrences like voices, doors slamming and held shut, screams, shadows, and more. And that is when it all began.
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The Holy Family Orphanage



. Built in 1915 in Marquette, Michigan, the Holly Family Orphanage was the dream of Marquette Catholic Diocese Bishop. Fredrick Eis. It cost somewhere between $90.000 to $120.000 an astronomical sum at the time. The mammoth structure was designed to accommodate 200 children. It was furnished with classrooms, a dormitory, bathrooms on every floor And an annex that housed heating and plumbing facilities. There were laundry and kitchen facilities, a large dining hall and playrooms.

. The orphanage stayed open for more than 50 years. At the end. It's inhabitants were a group of Cuban children, refugees from Fidel Castro's Revolution. It finally closed in 1965 and since then it has been left abandoned. Today, the six story building stands with half of its windows boarded up and overgrowth of trees and wild foliage that seems to be melding with the dilapidated structure. Many Urban Legends and Myths are circulating about kids being tortured and dying inside the orphanage, while there are also reports of ghost sightings inside the building.

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