Meriden, Conn. – Three teens were seriously injured after being caught trespassing inside the abandoned Undercliff Institution. The facility used to be a place to house dying children, and – as is usually the case with creepy, abandoned medical facilities – it’s supposedly haunted. Police say the trio may have considered themselves amateur ghost hunters. When deputies arrived at around 12:45 a.m. Tuesday, the boys pulled a Wile E. Coyote when they took off running into the woods and over the edge of a cliff. Though their injuries were not life-threatening, they were serious enough for one of the boys to use their cell phone to call police on themselves for help. I think the police may have simply followed the swath of shit the boys left, but I’m not sure. The unnamed teens were taken to the hospital and issued infractions for simple trespass. On the upside, the story of these three boys will be told in future Underhill urban legends, describing how three boys once broke into Underhill only to be found dead later, their naked bodies tied together in a knot and covered in the bloody handprints of children.
And here is a pretty good representation of ghost hunting in general:Tags: Accident, Connecticut, trespassing