Previously: Zombie Subdivisions.
There’s a reason I’ve tagged an “-ish” to the heading for this installment of “Abandoned”: St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C. isn’t totally abandoned. A new building adjacent to the historic East Campus was opened in 2010, providing an updated psychiatric facility that is still in use today, and there are big plans in the work for much of the remaining grounds.
But although there are currently plans to revitalize it, much of the hospital has for years sat largely vacant, not in a state of complete decay, but certainly neglected.
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I remarked at the end of my… well, I’m not sure I’d call it a review, but let’s go with that for now. Anyway, I remarked at the end of my review of Rabbits’ first episode that I thought the podcast’s main strength is the world it’s building: The game itself, and the way the game hid in plain site, are by far the most fascinating elements at this point in the story. So, let’s play a game a game of our own, shall we? No, not that kind of game — I mean one of those, “If you like This Very Particular Thing, you might also like…” sorts of things that sometimes pop up on forums and other online gathering places. If you like the podcast Rabbits, you’ll probably like at least a couple of the things on this list I have painstakingly curated here.
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Previously: 11 Miles.
Tracking down what I believe to be the origins of the Dark Music ritual was… an adventure.
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