Saint Patrick's Hospital

One of the oldest hospitals in New England, it started as nothing more than a barn caring for wounded from the revolutionary war. It has grown and grown over the years however, and now takes up two city blocks. All the additions were added peace mail however, so there is no real rhyme or reason to it's construction, some of the corridors snaking around three different rooms just to once again come back to themselves, or to a bricked over door. Also, under the hospital, the morgue spans for 3 levels down, twisting and turning in almost cave-like nature as more and more room was necessary for the large amount of dead bodies the hospital seems to produce. Some say vampires haunt these lower corridors.
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