Hayswood Hospital






Main entrance hallway









Opened in 1915 Hayswood Hospital served the medical needs of a seven county area for over 68 years. Since its closing in 1983 it has fallen into disrepair. For over 24 years it has slowly deteriorated to a condition that appears to be beyond saving. So what does the future hold for this Maysville landmark ?

Thanks Jeremy !

The following is from StrangeUSA.com
Located at the north end of 4th street, Abandoned since the early 80`s. People who live near it have said they have often seen strange lights in the windows and heard infant’s cries. Also some have claimed to see a figure standing in the last window on the third floor both day and night. Others who have been inside since its closing have noticed an old stretcher that seems to move on its own, others have said to have been followed by shadows accompanied by voices and the feeling of being watched. Others have claimed to see doctors in the halls and heard the cries of past patients. Red glowing eyes and what seems to be some sort of dog that seems to be chasing something have been seen, also cold spots and children playing in the waiting rooms. In the basement and all over the building are strange markings as if they are warnings of some kind, anyone who goes in, walks past, or drives by have said they felt sick and a threatening hostility. It is believed to haunt the entire town.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I lived across the street for a year and a half. Never saw anything strange over there.

Ken Downing said...

I don't believe all the haunted stuff either. Its so sad that they've let it get in this condition. Afraid only thing left is tear it down

Jeremy said...

I didn't think so before, but after seeing the photos, I'm inclined to agree. It may cost more to clean up than the building's worth. Sad really.

TheMan said...

I've had to go in there chasing kids and ghost seekers. Can't honestly say I saw anything "unearthly" But it was spooky. Besides that it's a death trap. One wrong step and you could fall to the basement.

Ken Downing said...

Thanks for visiting and thanks for the comment

Anonymous said...

Hayswood Hospital was haunted when it was still an operating hospital, ask any night shift nurse.

Anonymous said...

Hayswood Hospital probably does have infant's crying. I remember working there many years ago and a couple had a baby with spina bifida. They decided to let it starve to death rather than place the infant and the nursing staff sedated it to keep it more comfortable. Starving to death is painful.

Julianna Leach said...
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Julianna Leach said...

I'm looking to get in contact with someone who worked there. Any idea how I could work that out?

Julianna Leach said...

I'm looking to get in contact with someone who worked there. Anyone know how I could go about doing that?

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