Mountain View Hospital - Real Haunts in Gadsden AL
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Don't stay there!
I was admitted to the hospital 3 times and each time things would happen...the 3rd time was by far the scariest. I was in the girls adolescent unit and I stayed at the end of the hall next to the stairwell with my friend who was also a patient. We would always see a shadow of a man coming in and out of the stairwell at night. Then we could hear screaming in there.Posted 12/27/17
Experience of a lifetime....A memory I'll never forget.
I stayed there for an entire month right before Halloween. Just laying there in the bed I would hear footsteps in my room and I would hear crying from the bathroom. Sometimes it felt like someone was trying to sit on my bed while I was trying to sleep. I would ask the nurses and techs if they were walking in my room or if they sat on my bed, they all said no. It seems like every weekend we would hear screams from the staircase at the end of the hall. The third floor adolescent unit was definitely creepy place to live for a month. Whatever you do, if you are admitted to Mountain view hospital do not play Christian music over the radio or you won't be able to sleep at night.(this is coming from someone who enjoys all music). I was discharged on 10/10 ( Erie). But something's always drawing me back to that place. Maybe because it felt like a home I never had, or its the spirits that danced over my body while other spirts took my patient ID bracelet off my arm during my slumber wanting to feed off my energy again to feel alive.Posted 11/27/17
Yes it is!!
I work here and see a black mass and a woman in white hospital gown. The 5th floor is where they burned bodies infected with TB. We here footsteps and get hair pulled. We have sinks with the water come on ny itself... its seriously haunted. Im night shift VERY ACTIVE!Posted 7/17/17
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It was a great experience
But I did see a shadowy massPosted 6/13/17
Mountain view is not haunted
I have stayed here before, with many people whom experience hallucinations because of a psychiatric problem. I only have depression ocd and anxiety so I can promise you, I never seen or heard anything unusual. But nurses are up all night and do roam the halls. Not scary at all.Posted 4/11/17