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Abandoned Suitcases Reveal Private Lives of Insane Asylum Patients (Photo)
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[quote:smilesun:MV8yMDQwMDk0XzM0Mjk2MjQ1XzVFMDM1MkE4] [quote:oh_yikes:MV8yMDQwMDk0XzM0Mjk2MDczXzlGQzk3MDMw] That was fascinating. I enjoyed the article very much. Thank you OP. [/quote] Thank you for taking the time to read this :-). [/quote]
Photographer Jon Crispin has long been drawn to the ghostly remains of abandoned psychiatric institutions. After learning of the Willard suitcases, Crispin sought the museumís permission to document each case and its contents. In 2011, Crispin completed a successful Kickstarter campaign to help fund the first phase of the project, which he recently finished. Next spring, a selection of his photos will accompany the inaugural exhibit at the San Francisco Exploratoriumís new location.
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