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(Kuriositas)   Hitler and Honecker sitting in a tree, H A U N T I N G   (kuriositas.com) divider line 117
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2013-05-27 10:29:44 AM  
I would pee myself in fear if I ever went inside that building. However, I really want to go inside that building. Who wants to meet me there with a pack of Depends?
 
2013-05-27 11:18:08 AM  
Looks like a nice fixer upper.
I would love to live there.
 
2013-05-27 11:36:15 AM  
If you ever want to LARP Fallout, that would be a good place.
 
2013-05-27 12:12:29 PM  
Apparently they do offer tours (well, not guided, they just let you run around and have fun for 5 hours) and shuttle services to the area. Student discounts are available, but it's 40 euros otherwise :S

http://www.go2know.de/Fototouren/Beelitz-Heilstaetten-Maennerklinik: :1 95.html
 
2013-05-27 12:20:14 PM  
Looks like it would be a good free set for a horror movie.
 
2013-05-27 12:28:06 PM  
I'd like to see (in color) pics of that place when it opened.  You can see the potential in those current pics.
 
2013-05-27 12:41:43 PM  
looks like a great map for call of duty, or other FPS
 
2013-05-27 12:46:43 PM  
That is one hella creepy looking place.
 
2013-05-27 12:50:01 PM  
FTA : The site even had its own power station which generated so much warmth... snow could never find a resting place on the grounds

Some like it hot.
 
2013-05-27 12:50:24 PM  
Looks like some of the closed TB and insane asylums featured in Ghost Hunters. Not places I would go out of my way to visit.
 
2013-05-27 12:50:47 PM  
lh3.ggpht.com
Adolf Hitler you say? The guy who didn't like Jews?
 
2013-05-27 12:51:45 PM  
I have this theory. Ghosts aren't supernatural. They're actually nothing more than an echo of a person caused by quantum entanglement under the right circumstances. Brain is quantum computer, the right electromagnetic field causes conditions to be right for thoughts and other various quantum states to be transmitted to another place/time to be perceived by observers on the other end as these manifestations cause ripples that our brains can perceive.
 
2013-05-27 12:54:22 PM  

Bravo Two: I have this theory. Ghosts aren't supernatural. They're actually nothing more than an echo of a person caused by quantum entanglement under the right circumstances. Brain is quantum computer, the right electromagnetic field causes conditions to be right for thoughts and other various quantum states to be transmitted to another place/time to be perceived by observers on the other end as these manifestations cause ripples that our brains can perceive.


digboston.com
 
2013-05-27 12:56:15 PM  
Did Communist controlled East Germany have any standards for lead paint?
 
2013-05-27 12:57:12 PM  
In the US the copper would be gone by now.

/cool place
//fark chops, anyone?
 
2013-05-27 12:59:22 PM  
A bathtub, out for a morning stroll:
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-27 01:00:24 PM  
Now I want to play Silent Hill.
 
2013-05-27 01:01:58 PM  
Wait till they turn on the generator.  Then things will really get freaky!
 
2013-05-27 01:04:49 PM  
i105.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-27 01:05:16 PM  

Jacob_Roberson: [lh3.ggpht.com image 640x476]
Adolf Hitler you say? The guy who didn't like Jews?


I zee vat you did zere.
 
2013-05-27 01:06:18 PM  

saturn badger: In the US the copper would be gone by now.

/cool place
//fark chops, anyone?


The copper would be gone in Canada too.
 
2013-05-27 01:06:44 PM  
When I eventually go to Germany, I hope I remember to take a tour.
 
2013-05-27 01:08:00 PM  
Abandoned hospitals and asylums are farking creepy as hell. I don't believe in ghosts, but goddamn places like those almost make me question that.
 
2013-05-27 01:12:33 PM  

LordJiro: Abandoned hospitals and asylums are farking creepy as hell. I don't believe in ghosts, but goddamn places like those almost make me question that.


Get enough people together that suffer a great deal, add in enough EM radiation from all the medical instruments and crap, you're bound, if my theory is right, to get a few echos from the past.
 
2013-05-27 01:12:58 PM  

FrancoFile: I zee vat you did zere.


I'm glad someone did.
 
2013-05-27 01:13:08 PM  
Coolest. Horror. Movie. Set. EVER.
 
2013-05-27 01:15:16 PM  
What is it with the entwined crazy monsters? Is that graffiti, or part of the original decor?
 
2013-05-27 01:15:39 PM  

revrendjim: If you ever want to LARP Fallout, that would be a good place.


The whole time I was scrolling through those pictures, my brain was playing back that feral ghoul raspy-growl-snarl from the subway stations. Augh.
 
2013-05-27 01:15:47 PM  

Bravo Two: I have this theory. Ghosts aren't supernatural. They're actually nothing more than an echo of a person caused by quantum entanglement under the right circumstances. Brain is quantum computer, the right electromagnetic field causes conditions to be right for thoughts and other various quantum states to be transmitted to another place/time to be perceived by observers on the other end as these manifestations cause ripples that our brains can perceive.


That's not really your theory, that's one of the more widely-subscribed to beliefs of supernatural phenomena.
 
2013-05-27 01:16:39 PM  

Bravo Two: LordJiro: Abandoned hospitals and asylums are farking creepy as hell. I don't believe in ghosts, but goddamn places like those almost make me question that.

Get enough people together that suffer a great deal, add in enough EM radiation from all the medical instruments and crap, you're bound, if my theory is right, to get a few echos from the past.


So, if your theory is right, why are ghosts wearing clothes?   Do our brains also quantum entangle tweed sports coats, pantaloons and funny hats?
 
2013-05-27 01:20:14 PM  

dletter: Looks like it would be a good free set for a horror movie.


This is where Rammstein filmed their recent video for "Mein Herz Brennt." It was the perfect setting for the video. After I watched a few (hundred) times, I was later watching a porn supposedly from Berlin, and I recognized the brickwork behind the "actors". I knew them well...sure enough, when I checked "MHB" it was the same bricks.

One picture from this set of photos could have come from the filming of the piano version of MBH.
 
2013-05-27 01:29:11 PM  
silvervial:

One picture from this set of photos could have come from the filming of the piano version of MBH.

Ugh, this was nail in the coffin of Rammstein. Why ruin one of their few amazing songs?
 
2013-05-27 01:32:47 PM  

ObscureNameHere: Bravo Two: LordJiro: Abandoned hospitals and asylums are farking creepy as hell. I don't believe in ghosts, but goddamn places like those almost make me question that.

Get enough people together that suffer a great deal, add in enough EM radiation from all the medical instruments and crap, you're bound, if my theory is right, to get a few echos from the past.

So, if your theory is right, why are ghosts wearing clothes?   Do our brains also quantum entangle tweed sports coats, pantaloons and funny hats?


No, I think that part of it is that what we see is more a reflected self image of the person. The way I think it works is that random particles become entangled as long as the right circumstances exist (the mind being the strongest as it has the most active charge), and like a TV set capturing a faint signal of something being broadcast, our minds simply perceive it and then fill in the blanks.  The dude isn't really there in our frame of spacetime, we're just perceiving echos caused by a random event that happened to cause an entangling of quantum particles, leaving behind a momentary thing for us to perceive, like ripples in a pond. Right place, time, and circumstances, we catch a wave of the echo as it travels along.

And, if our brains are truly quantum computers, it's entirely possible that in some small way we cause those ripples to happen, like a camera connected to a weak transmitter.

I think that it's entirely possible that this explains all "paranormal" experiences, especially psychic phenomenon. After all, if our thoughts are just a bunch of quantum bits being processed in our brains, what's to say that the right circumstances can't exist for something like entanglement to cause those bits to be perceived elsewhere?

Now, I don't know if this is true, and if entanglement is the necessary mechanism. Maybe our thoughts/states/self-images are perceived at the macro level because our brains decode quantum waves sent out by particles in a wavelength we can understand and interact with (like visible light), and if something causes that wave to appear like a ripple at another point in time (since quantum mechanics suggests, as far as I know, that time does not flow the same at the quantum level as it does at the macro level), or that people whose brains are close to the same wavelength as the broadcaster can pick them up (like being able to pick up phonecalls from cordless phones on baby monitors because they operate at nearly the same frequency).

Just seems to me that this would be an entirely possible scientific explanation of the phenomenon that as of right now we ascribe to the paranormal.
 
2013-05-27 01:36:20 PM  

cynicalbastard: Coolest. Horror. Movie. Set. EVER.


I dunno, there's some stiff competition with every other abandoned hospital/insane asylum ever. And Pripyat.
 
2013-05-27 01:36:24 PM  
Ghosts aren't real.

Look, I solved the problem :D
 
2013-05-27 01:38:47 PM  
Awesome find/submission, subby.  Would be a neat place to poke around.
 
2013-05-27 01:39:02 PM  
4.bp.blogspot.com
Anyone else think of Pitfall Harry for Intellivision?
 
2013-05-27 01:39:09 PM  

Bravo Two: ObscureNameHere: Bravo Two: LordJiro: Abandoned hospitals and asylums are farking creepy as hell. I don't believe in ghosts, but goddamn places like those almost make me question that.

Get enough people together that suffer a great deal, add in enough EM radiation from all the medical instruments and crap, you're bound, if my theory is right, to get a few echos from the past.

So, if your theory is right, why are ghosts wearing clothes?   Do our brains also quantum entangle tweed sports coats, pantaloons and funny hats?

No, I think that part of it is that what we see is more a reflected self image of the person. The way I think it works is that random particles become entangled as long as the right circumstances exist (the mind being the strongest as it has the most active charge), and like a TV set capturing a faint signal of something being broadcast, our minds simply perceive it and then fill in the blanks.  The dude isn't really there in our frame of spacetime, we're just perceiving echos caused by a random event that happened to cause an entangling of quantum particles, leaving behind a momentary thing for us to perceive, like ripples in a pond. Right place, time, and circumstances, we catch a wave of the echo as it travels along.

And, if our brains are truly quantum computers, it's entirely possible that in some small way we cause those ripples to happen, like a camera connected to a weak transmitter.

I think that it's entirely possible that this explains all "paranormal" experiences, especially psychic phenomenon. After all, if our thoughts are just a bunch of quantum bits being processed in our brains, what's to say that the right circumstances can't exist for something like entanglement to cause those bits to be perceived elsewhere?

Now, I don't know if this is true, and if entanglement is the necessary mechanism. Maybe our thoughts/states/self-images are perceived at the macro level because our brains decode quantum waves sent out by particles in a wa ...


Well that would explain EMPs as well.

/Newsletter?
/favorited
 
2013-05-27 01:39:38 PM  

ObscureNameHere: So, if your theory is right, why are ghosts wearing clothes?   Do our brains also quantum entangle tweed sports coats, pantaloons and funny hats?


I see you are a subscriber to the Naked Ghost Theory
 
2013-05-27 01:42:18 PM  
I bet some royally farked up things happened in the building.
 
2013-05-27 01:47:26 PM  
It should be featured on that program, "You Live in a What?" (or approximately that title)

Of course, they would have to interview a ghost.
 
2013-05-27 01:48:32 PM  
+1 for headline, Subby
 
2013-05-27 01:48:33 PM  

Anthracite: Bravo Two: ObscureNameHere: Bravo Two: LordJiro: Abandoned hospitals and asylums are farking creepy as hell. I don't believe in ghosts, but goddamn places like those almost make me question that.

Get enough people together that suffer a great deal, add in enough EM radiation from all the medical instruments and crap, you're bound, if my theory is right, to get a few echos from the past.

So, if your theory is right, why are ghosts wearing clothes?   Do our brains also quantum entangle tweed sports coats, pantaloons and funny hats?

No, I think that part of it is that what we see is more a reflected self image of the person. The way I think it works is that random particles become entangled as long as the right circumstances exist (the mind being the strongest as it has the most active charge), and like a TV set capturing a faint signal of something being broadcast, our minds simply perceive it and then fill in the blanks.  The dude isn't really there in our frame of spacetime, we're just perceiving echos caused by a random event that happened to cause an entangling of quantum particles, leaving behind a momentary thing for us to perceive, like ripples in a pond. Right place, time, and circumstances, we catch a wave of the echo as it travels along.

And, if our brains are truly quantum computers, it's entirely possible that in some small way we cause those ripples to happen, like a camera connected to a weak transmitter.

I think that it's entirely possible that this explains all "paranormal" experiences, especially psychic phenomenon. After all, if our thoughts are just a bunch of quantum bits being processed in our brains, what's to say that the right circumstances can't exist for something like entanglement to cause those bits to be perceived elsewhere?

Now, I don't know if this is true, and if entanglement is the necessary mechanism. Maybe our thoughts/states/self-images are perceived at the macro level because our brains decode quantum waves sent out by partic ...


Thanks. I just can't see any other way for ghosts to exist. A ghost is a specific phenomena, a specific set of data. Otherwise, it's just perceived as raw energy. Where does that data come from? Well, we know that coherent data like that needed to produce a ghost can't spontaneously generate, so it had to be created somewhere. And if all macro data in the universe arises from quantum bits interacting with other quantum bits, what's to stop a bit of quantum cross-talk, as it were?
 
2013-05-27 01:49:36 PM  

Huck And Molly Ziegler: It should be featured on that program, "You Live in a What?" (or approximately that title)

Of course, they would have to interview a ghost quantum projection.

 
2013-05-27 01:50:32 PM  

AcneVulgaris: A bathtub, out for a morning stroll:


Rare to see one in its natural habitat. Lovely.
 
2013-05-27 01:51:15 PM  

Doctor Funkenstein: Now I want to play Silent Hill.


For some reason these images incline me more toward "The Suffering."
 
2013-05-27 01:55:43 PM  
farm3.staticflickr.com
 
2013-05-27 01:57:32 PM  
Beautiful pictures.  Too bad there's no such thing as ghosts.
 
2013-05-27 01:59:31 PM  

Bravo Two: I have this theory. Ghosts aren't supernatural. They're actually nothing more than an echo of a person caused by quantum entanglement under the right circumstances. Brain is quantum computer, the right electromagnetic field causes conditions to be right for thoughts and other various quantum states to be transmitted to another place/time to be perceived by observers on the other end as these manifestations cause ripples that our brains can perceive.


And what, exactly, were the circumstances when you came up with your "theory"?

4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-05-27 02:00:24 PM  

ObscureNameHere: Bravo Two: LordJiro: Abandoned hospitals and asylums are farking creepy as hell. I don't believe in ghosts, but goddamn places like those almost make me question that.

Get enough people together that suffer a great deal, add in enough EM radiation from all the medical instruments and crap, you're bound, if my theory is right, to get a few echos from the past.

So, if your theory is right, why are ghosts wearing clothes?   Do our brains also quantum entangle tweed sports coats, pantaloons and funny hats?



I got my brain entangled in pantaloons once.  It's not pretty, trust me.
 
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