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Willard Tour: The Morgue

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This post is part of a series. To see all the buildings I visited on the Willard Tour click the links below.

Possibly the eeriest stop on the Willard tour was the Morgue. In the early years of The Willard Asylum was almost completely self-sufficient, as time went on more resources and tasks were outsourced, but the medical care remained in house until the asylum closed it’s doors in 1997, if needed even a Willard patient’s final medical procedure, an autopsy would of been preformed on the Willard grounds in a dedicated morgue building near the south end of the property.

No renovations have been done to the morgue, and while I was not as intrigued with this building as others, but the final picture on this page is among my favorites from the tour. There is something about the mix of colors,  textures and items from different decades that appeal to me.
Morgue Cavity Tool

Morgue Things

Morgue

Willard Morgue Autopsy Table

Willard Morgue Sink

 

This post is part of a series. To see all the buildings I visited on the Willard Tour click the links below.

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