1. Waverly Hills Sanatorium
In the early 20th century, people who entered the sanatorium never came out again, unless it was in a body bag.
It was a hospital overrun with tuberculosis patients, and once people checked in the never check out.
Even doctors and nurses weren’t allowed to leave the grounds once they set foot in the hospital.
2. Museum Vrolik
Originally a private collection of a Dutch anatomist, thousands of malformed babies in jars.
Students at Amsterdam University can observe them, but anyone is welcome to as entry is free – for good reason.
3. Cemetery of Guatemala
Due to a high death rate and lack of space, crypts are stacked on top of each other.
But the real horror is that families of the deceased must pay “rent” because of the high demand. If they don’t their loved ones bodies are removed and dumped.
4. Masked Monkey Slum
In the Kampung Monyet region of Jakarta, monkeys are made to wear doll masks and children’s clothes to beg on the street.
Most of the monkeys are diseased and infected, and the inhumane practice has moved underground.
H/T Viral Thread