Kings Park Psychiatric Center - Building 21 – 22
A Brief History: Kings Park Psychiatric Centers Buildings 21 and 22 are nearly identical, connected buildings. They stand 4 stories high and connect to Building 7. Built in 1957, the construction lasted 10 years. After a majority of the other buildings were closed. Many of their functions were brought to these buildings. Building 21 was mainly used for patient housing. Building 22 was used for new admissions and patients under watch of the Sheriff, as well as housed the criminally insane. These buildings were also used for psychiatric and drug care. They gave a small group home setting to the adolescents and young adults to be treated for things such as depression and drug abuse. A large fence was built to separate the patients from the outside after many complaints.
Haunted History: Many people report banging sounds throughout the buildings and while it may be the building itself, there are sightings of shadows following behind people. There have also been claims of sudden unusually cold spots. Ghost hunters and urban explorers also claim that this building has a different feeling than all the other buildings. They feel a very uneasy feeling walking through some of the hallways especially the basement.