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    Default St Peter's Hospital Mortuary, Jan '13


    This one has been on my to-do list for a long time, and it didn't disappoint. visited at night with UE-OMJ and Pen 15, so all the shots are lit by torchlight. this place was one of my favorite explores to date, although i was dead tired when i left (sorry, couldn't resist)

    Anyway, as it has been done so many times already, i will skip the history and crack on with the images...




    mm1 by shot in the darkness, on Flickr


    mm2 by shot in the darkness, on Flickr


    mm3 by shot in the darkness, on Flickr


    mm4 by shot in the darkness, on Flickr

    just to show how dark it was...

    mm5 by shot in the darkness, on Flickr


    mm6 by shot in the darkness, on Flickr

    thanks for browsing
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    Just two from me...

    How it started...




    How it finished



    Acually it wasnt too bad, he said he was looking for an escaped patient



    And quick walk through video...

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3v1u3y7PyQ"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3v1u3y7PyQ

    Spooky! :p



    And on a sad note, there was evidence in there of someone trying to start a fire :( Bl**dy idiots! What is the matter with some people?
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    Great shots & video from both of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UE-OMJ View Post
    Acually it wasnt too bad, he said he was looking for an escaped patient
    Hah, that old line! I do wonder what's up with that place, definite case of hero to zero.
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    Well Done, and thank you. As a former Pathology tech. (mortuary assistant) there are pathogens that can hang around in a mortuary for a surprisingly long time, and you can bet that last wash down was not done with any kind of enthusiasm. Take care in these places, folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitelaw View Post
    Well Done, and thank you. As a former Pathology tech. (mortuary assistant) there are pathogens that can hang around in a mortuary for a surprisingly long time, and you can bet that last wash down was not done with any kind of enthusiasm. Take care in these places, folks.
    Indeed, I touched nothing except the light swich

    We went through a lot of alcohol rub/spray that evening, I think we stayed safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitelaw View Post
    Well Done, and thank you. As a former Pathology tech. (mortuary assistant) there are pathogens that can hang around in a mortuary for a surprisingly long time, and you can bet that last wash down was not done with any kind of enthusiasm. Take care in these places, folks.
    fairly sure i have done more damage to myself inhaling all the dettol fumes from the clean up afterwards, haha
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    well done great report and photos

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    I was here just the other day. I'm not generally a superstitious person, but it's definitely not a place I'd want to visit at night.
    I guess finding the 'Babies only' fridge and the names of patients still on some of the doors didn't help things...

    Thanks for posting

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    Still can't make my mind up if I'd like to visit a mortuary or not, looks rather interestingly, and you can get some great photos as you two have proved.
    But...as Whitelaw pointed out, I can't imagine it was left as clean as it should have been.
    And The Archivist - that would have creeped me out too!

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